IceWEB Storage, a distinguished and proven Unified Data Storage appliance provider for cloud and virtual environments, announced yesterday that it has received orders for new IceBOX BYOD implementations from two additional K-12 school systems. The sale adds to the Company's expanding presence in the education sector.
Both orders have requested the IceWEB 2200 2U IceBOX storage appliances with 8TB of capacity. The 2200 platform's expandability and Disaster Recovery capability served as the primary selling points for these particular customers. Specifically, the Disaster Recovery function gives the 2200 the ability to replicate data to a disaster recovery site, allowing the customer to maintain a continuity of operations.
"These solutions provide our customers with greater productivity with our IceBOX "work from anywhere" (BYOD) platform. School Districts can implement these on premise, or completely in the cloud. Teachers are now able to share folders and files with students, and students can access their own network shares so that homework and projects can be accessed from any location imaginable securely," said Rob Howe, CEO of IceWEB.
"We are seeing an increasing interest from Colleges and Universities, as well as K-12 School Systems across the country as we approach the new fall school year. These two organizations are particularly interested in ensuring that their secure and sensitive data is not being stored in public cloud platforms, which increases the risk of compromising the integrity of their data. IceBOX provides a secure, cost-effective way for them to do that," Howe concluded.
IceBOX provides its customers with Federal FIPS 140-2 compliant, industry leading 256-bit encryption, Advanced Auditing capabilities to ensure user sharing compliance, unrivaled data protection through a built-in backup utility and Disaster Recovery utility, the broadest BYOD support over all the most popular devices, and the capability to present existing Window network file shares via the IceBox Cloud Platform.
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