CTERA Press Room
CeBIT: Telekom startet - Managed Backup to the Cloud (In German)
Auf der CeBIT hat die Deutsche Telekom im Rahmen ihrer Private-Cloud-Angebote diverse neue Managed-IT-Services vorgestellt. Dazu gehört »Managed Backup to the Cloud«, mit dem der magenta Riese nun in Cloud-Backup einsteigt. Damit dürfte diese Backup-Art endgültig geadelt sein. Bei dem Telekom-Angebot handelt es sich um eine Online-Backup-Lösung mit 500 GByte Speicherplatz, um die Daten sämtlicher Endgeräte in der Private-Cloud zu speichern, zu synchronisieren und von überall darauf zuzugreifen.Read more...
What is important for data security in the cloud
Rather than entrust data to multi-tenant public clouds, government organizations should use infrastructure that is "cordoned off" specifically for their use, a concept known as a "virtual private cloud" or VPC. This ensures that strict security measures and compliance guidelines are followed across all aspects — from datacenter operations and physical access controls, to network security, to data and application security.Read more...
CeBIT, Hannover, Germany, March 17, 2015 – CTERA Networks and Deutsche Telekom today launched a new cloud-based data backup and cloud storage offering powered by CTERA’s enterprise data services platform. Within the terms of the partnership, Deutsche Telekom will leverage the complete range of CTERA solutions to provide enterprise customers with cloud-based data services such as managed backup, file sync and share, collaboration and managed hybrid storage for ROBO offices.
Five Critical Questions to Ask Before Moving Data to the Cloud
Understandably, many organizations are still wary of placing their sensitive data anywhere but in their own data centers. In that case, they know exactly where the data resides. However, there are reasons why enterprises – even in regulated industries – would want to use external cloud services – a move that doesn't necessarily mean they lose sight and control of their data. In this slideshow, CTERA outlines five questions organizations need to ask before moving data to the cloud.Read more...
Top Fastest Growing Storage Companies in 2014
As last year, we are ranking here the top fastest growing storage companies, either start-ups, private or public, from 2013 to 2014, based on published figures only.Read more...
CTERA Aims To Convert Enterprise Windows Users
All-in-one solution provider Ctera saw enterprise business jump 240 percent over the past year, an increase that is largely due to end of life for Windows Server 2003. Senior Vice President Jeff Denworth said end users are looking for different solutions, and Ctera’s broad portfolio offers everything from storage to data protection.
Briefing Note: CTERA’s Cloud Data Services Platform Transforms SMB and ROBO IT Service Delivery
IT managers are seeking new ways to deliver these services from within their firewalls, where they can centrally control access to data and minimize costs. CTERA provides a secure cloud data services platform that enables companies to delivers such IT-as-a-Service (ITaaS) offerings by syncing and protecting data to the cloud (the cloud of choice), directly from endpoint devices or using hybrid branch storage gateways.
Executive Viewpoint 2015 Prediction: CTERA Networks - Organizations Will Need to Be in the Know When Upgrading ROBO Storage to Cloud from Microsoft Server
With the impending end of support for Windows Server 2003 and expiring hardware support for 2008-based servers, many enterprise IT organizations are exploring evolutionary alternatives to their existing branch office strategies,including cloud storage gateways. However, data size and access patterns need to be a priority when making these decisions, and caching gateways are not always the best option. What follows is an outline of what enterprise IT should consider in light of Microsoft’s upcoming end of support.
New York City and Petach Tikvah, Israel, January 30, 2015 – CTERA Networks, today announced that Yochai Rozenblat, a proven corporate manager with an extensive history of enabling organizational growth and excellence, has joined the company as CTERA’s Chief Revenue Officer (CRO).
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.