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StorageCraft Extends 30% Discount Rate Offer for Cloud Services

Storagecraft logoMSPs in the U.S. and Canada now have an extra month to take advantage of a 30-percent discount for using StorageCraft Cloud Services—the company has decided to extend the offer’s deadline to Oct. 31, 2013, due to the tremendous response that it has had from MSPs.

The special discounted rate applies to all new devices activated in the StorageCraft Cloud through Oct. 31 and will be valid for the first six billing cycles. The offer is available to current StorageCraft MSP partners who want to add new devices and to managed service providers who do not currently have devices in the StorageCraft Cloud.

“The response to the 30-percent discount on StorageCraft Cloud Services has exceeded our expectations, and we have decided to extend the offer,” said Curt James, vice president of marketing and business development at StorageCraft. “StorageCraft Cloud Services is a reliable, high-quality product that gives small and medium business owners and IT managers peace of mind knowing that their systems and data are safely backed-up, and more importantly, can be quickly and easily restored after a disaster.”  

StorageCraft Cloud Services includes anytime, anywhere access to data and instant system failover in the cloud. It gives users options that range from instant virtualization of their servers to simple archiving, which allows SMBs to have aggressive recovery time objectives for their systems and near-continuous data protection, while keeping control over their systems and data in the cloud.

Promo details are also available here. For MSPs currently in the StorageCraft Cloud, the reduced-rate will be automatically applied to new devices added between today and Oct. 31, 2013.

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