2013 Cloud Computing Storage Excellence Award Winners

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2013 Cloud Computing Storage Excellence Award Winners

By Erik Linask, Group Editorial Director  |  January 28, 2013

Storage – it’s the one thing you are certain to outgrow with time. The massive volumes of multimedia content being produced and consumed are overwhelming traditional storage facilities, leading to an increase in the use of cloud-based storage. From individual consumers to large multinational corporations to service providers, new volumes of data, content, applications and services are being stored, accessed, analyzed, run, and managed in a cloud environment. The instant scalability, deployment flexibility, and ease of use and access have made it a natural alternative for users, while the ability to create economies of scale has built the business case for storage vendors. Furthermore, in the wake of multiple widespread and long-lasting outages, cloud has also provided the foundation for BC/DR services for countless businesses.

Recognizing not only the growth, but the natural value in cloud-based storage, Cloud Computing magazine has launched its Cloud Storage Excellence Award, seeking to recognize those companies who have driven the maturity and expansion of the cloud storage market through innovation and product quality. This includes not only cloud storage services. We congratulate the winners of Cloud Computing magazine inaugural Cloud Storage Excellence Award.

Company

Product

AirWatch

AirWatch Secure Content Locker

Basho Technologies

Riak CS

Citrix

Citrix ShareFile

Datto, Inc.

SIRIS

Hitachi Data Systems

Hitachi Content Platform (HCP)

Panzura

Panzura Global Cloud Storage System v3.0

Radware

Radware Cloud ADC Solutions

Red Hat, Inc.

Red Hat Storage Servers for Public Cloud and Hybrid Cloud

SurDoc

SurDoc TruPrivacy technology

Xyratex

ClusterStor




Edited by Brooke Neuman
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