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.
CTERA’s Cloud Storage Services Platform is the first cloud storage solution to combine enterprise endpoint backup software, enterprise file sync and share software, and cloud storage gateway appliances. As a platform, CTERA’s technology enables organizations to sync, serve and protect data across every device from any point in the world from one centrally managed solution that is 100-percent secure and deployable on the cloud infrastructure of their choice.
“The SVC Award is further validation of a massive paradigm shift going on within today’s enterprise, where organizations are desperate for new ways for their users to securely store, share and protect their files without compromising the corporate security and data privacy agenda,” said Jeff Denworth, SVP of Marketing. “CTERA is proud to enable leading IT organizations to transform into IT-as-a-Service organizations and serve a suite of cost-effective data services that complement their IT user productivity, mobility and security strategy.”
CTERA is the leading choice of major enterprises and cloud services providers worldwide, powering over 21,000 business customers, one million endpoints and over 30,000 cloud storage gateways. The SVC Awards took place last Thursday 27 November at London’s Montcalm Hotel, Marble Arch.
CTERA provides the industry’s first and only cloud storage services platform. Deployed by Global 1000 enterprises and leading cloud service providers, CTERA transforms private or public cloud infrastructure into scalable, secure, business-critical data services, addressing the storage, data protection and collaboration needs of business users. CTERA was founded by IT security experts in 2008, and is backed by Bessemer Venture Partners, Benchmark Capital, Venrock and Cisco. Follow @CTERA on twitter.com/CTERA.