StorageCraft Announces Pricing Changes & Cloud Service Enhancements

StorageCraft, a leader in backup and disaster recovery tools, has just announced a new pricing structure for its cloud services. With StorageCraft, businesses can sync their critical data into the cloud. If a disaster were to occur, the StorageCraft cloud can be accessed to get copies of this data, so that services can be restored onsite.
One of the biggest pricing changes that most customers will enjoy the most are no hidden fees. StorageCraft can help you store incremental copies of your data into the cloud, or businesses can select a plan with more features such as having a fully operational, warm backup of your data and virtual machines, ready to be accessed from within the cloud. The three tiers of StorageCraft’s service are called Cloud Basic, Cloud+ and Cloud Premium.
“Data is the life-blood of a business. A business owner with data in a cloud should not be forced to pay a ransom to gain access to his or her data after a disaster. The new, simple pricing model makes StorageCraft Cloud Services as affordable as generic clouds, while offering recovery options that other clouds do not offer,” says Mike Kunz, StorageCraft’s VP of Worldwide Sales.
“Other vendors charge high fees at the time of recovery, such as essential CPU, RAM, and bandwidth resources. StorageCraft Cloud Services supports your business’ recovery point objectives and recovery time objectives, including full virtualization,” adds Kunz.
StorageCraft provides organizations with the exact level of disaster recovery services that they need. If you choose to store your disaster recovery files in the cloud, you can rest assured that StorageCrafts 24/7/365 support will always be available to help.
StorageCraft provides granular file access, total control over your cloud backups and enterprise grade security that ensures your data is encrypted. StorageCraft is strategically positioned to help all customers in North America as of result of its two data centers in the United States and one in Canada.