CTERA Press Room
APS certification makes CTERA-based services easy to package, provision, and deliver via self-service portals and app stores
New York City and Petach Tikvah, Israel, January 7, 2015 – CTERA Networks, the leader in cloud storage enablement, today announced the release of a certified Application Packaging Standard (APS) for its storage-as-a-service offerings.
CTERA: Cloud Storage With Maximum Data Security & Flexibility
The IT industry is entering into a new era of cloud-enabled services where enterprises and service providers alike will spend over $100 billion on cloud infrastructure and services this year alone (IDC). Against this backdrop, CTERA Networks has identified unprecedented demand among leading service providers and enterprise IT organizations for customer-ready cloud storage solutions. CTERA’s team is led by Liran Eshel, the CEO and Co-Founder.
CTERA’s Cloud Storage Services Platform Honored for Innovation
New York, New York and Petah Tikvah, Israel — December 18, 2014 — CTERA Networks announced today that TMC, a global, integrated media company, has named CTERA's Cloud Storage Services Platform a 2014 Cloud Computing Product of the Year Award winner.
London, December 15th, 2014 – CTERA Networks receives a top honor at this year’s Storage, Virtualization, Cloud (SVC) Awards ceremony, earning the prestigious Cloud Storage Product of the Year designation for 2014. The Storage, Virtualization, Cloud (SVC) Awards reward the products, projects and services as well as honor companies and teams operating in the cloud, virtualization and storage sectors.
The Seven Deadly Sins of File Sync & Share
With the recently publicized breach of Apple’s iCloud celebrity accounts and hacked Dropbox accounts, it’s time to take a long hard look at the risks posed by SaaS file sync & share (FSS) solutions. It’s been said many times that such solutions are not secure – but let’s go beyond the slogans, dissect what exactly they are doing that’s so unseemly, and what conclusions businesses should draw from it.
AWS re:Invent: 13 Storage Products For AWS Clouds
CTERA's Cloud Storage Services Platform for AWS combines Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) with on-premises cloud storage gateway appliances, managed end-point software agents, and mobile apps to deliver storage, data protection and collaboration in a single solution.
Cloud Storage Future Shown by Current Limitations. Chapter 96: CTERA
With CTERA Portal customers can deliver, for example, storage and backup services to remote office users via an on-premises NAS appliance, and file and sync services for mobile users via a software agent on the endpoint device.
CTERA Introduces New Channel Program for MSPs
CTERA Networks has rolled out a new channel partner program to assist MSPs with delivering storage, file sharing, mobile collaboration and backup solutions to their customers.The Israel-based cloud storage services platform provider on Tuesday said the CTERA Cloud Accelerator Channel Program includes expanded channel sales support resources, formal technical training and certification, an online partner portal for training, lead sharing, deal registration and marketing funds.
Largest Telco in Luxembourg Enables Next-Generation File Sharing With New “CloudDrive” Offering Featuring CTERA Endpoint Backup and File Sync and Share Software
New York, New York and Petah Tikvah, Israel – October 30, 2014 – CTERA Networks today announced that its Cloud Storage Services Platform, along with EMC ViPR Software-Defined Storage, has been selected by the largest telecommunications services company in Luxembourg to enable next-generation cloud storage services. POST Telecom will implement the CTERA and EMC ViPR-powered solution to provide business customers secure, enterprise-grade file sync & share (EFSS) and in-cloud and endpoint backup for PC, Mac, and Linux systems.
CTERA: Companies Are Getting VDI Wrong
If one speaks with the major suppliers of this type of technology, to a company they would all say that they have a solution. Is the approach put forward by CTERA better than the others? Depending upon the actual requirements of the organization, the answer just might be yes. If your organization is deploying VDI as a way to reduce administrative and operational costs of supporting desktop workloads, it might be worth the time to see what CTERA is doing and compare it to what your organization is doing now.