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​Purpose-built StorageCraft cloud services arrive in NZ

​Purpose-built StorageCraft cloud services arrive in NZ

“New Zealand's IT professionals can now have a risk-free opportunity to place their mission critical data..."

StorageCraft has launched the next-generation version of its purpose-built backup and disaster recovery cloud in New Zealand.

Launched in unison with the Australian market, StorageCraft Cloud Services allows users to customise cloud coverage alongside an updated portal and flexible recovery options.

Based on a new pricing structure, StorageCraft Cloud Services is available in flexible tiered options and service+ levels, covering Cloud Basic, Cloud+ and Cloud Premium.

“New Zealand's IT professionals can now have a risk-free opportunity to place their mission critical data and systems in a trusted purpose-built disaster recovery cloud,” says Stan Nelson, General Manager, StorageCraft.

“StorageCraft Cloud Services is one of the most trusted backup and disaster recovery solutions on the market today due to its speed and reliability.”

In addition, StorageCraft has contracted NEXTDC to host StorageCraft Cloud Services, ensuring both Australian and New Zealand data and systems will stay in the region.

“Back-up and business continuity are two of the fundamental cloud services offered by our ecosystem partners, which require the utmost in reliability to be effective,” adds Craig Scroggie, CEO, NEXTDC.

“This level of uptime is the synchronicity between the exceptional disaster recovery cloud services offered by StorageCraft, and the 100 per cent availability we deliver for their critical cloud infrastructure.

“StorageCraft is a thriving business, which suits the scalability of our services, and we are very pleased they have selected NEXTDC to support their local operations.”

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