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Prices fall as StorageCraft Cloud reaches critical mass in ANZ

04 Jun 14

The adoption of StorageCraft Cloud Services has reached initial critical mass, enabling the company to reduce pricing by about 10 per cent for all three levels of StorageCraft Cloud Services.

As a result, the cost of StorageCraft Cloud Services has dropped from $A1.08 per GB per month (ex GST) to $A0.98 per GB per month (ex GST).

“StorageCraft Cloud Services delivers a compelling value proposition as customers, partners and MSPs don’t need to provide or manage infrastructure," says Greg Wyman, Vice President Asia Pacific, StorageCraft.

"We really offer a complete turnkey solution that delivers previously unattainable levels of cloud disaster recovery at a fraction of the cost and complexity of traditional products.

“We are expecting explosive growth this month as customers look to perform annual archives of their data and systems.”

Sydney was selected as the fourth global StorageCraft cloud data centre due to large installed base of the company’s StorageCraft ShadowProtect backup and disaster recovery solution for virtual and physical servers, with over 50,000 ShadowProtect users across the ANZ region.

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