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Storage Guardian Cloud Computing enables companies to reduce hardware capital expenses and maintenance. â€œPay-as-you-goâ€ model offers complete flexibility with instant savings, and can be coupled with Storage Guardian online backup for a comprehensive cloud continuity solution.
TORONTO, CANADA, Feb. 25, 2011 –/BackupReview.info/– Storage Guardian, the company that specializes in online and cloud backup solutions for small and medium-sized businesses, has launched metered computing services that, for the first time, make enterprise-grade cloud computing accessible to a company of any size. Storage Guardian Cloud Computing, which is available exclusively through Storage Guardian’s VAR/MSP partner network, makes it possible for any company to eliminate in-house hardware and move desktop and server software applications from their in-house IT environment to a ‘private cloud,’ where they are accessed, managed and paid for on an as-needed, ‘utility’ basis.
Storage Guardian Cloud Computing is an ideal solution for any company that is considering purchasing a new server to run a new application, purchasing additional licenses of a software application, or scaling up internal computing resources to meet the needs of new projects or employees. Cloud computing also makes sense for companies with teams of remote workers that need secure access to enterprise data. Any application that is currently accessed as a shared resource can be migrated to Storage Guardian’s cloud, especially business applications, where minimal downtime is essential.
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For years, our high-performance cloud services have successfully delivered exceptionally reliable online backup services to thousands of businesses, so cloud computing represents a logical and complementary service that will save them additional money and further insulate them from business disruption,” said Dave Minns, client services director at Storage Guardian. “We think many companies will find it attractive to pay for their computing needs just the same way as they pay for their electricity and gas: as they actually use them. We’re also recruiting channel partners looking to offer cloud computing to their customer base.”
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