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StorageCraft Ramps Up Internationally

In advance of its 10th anniversary as a company in December, StorageCraft Technology Corp. is bolstering its international presence.

Draper, Utah-based StorageCraft is opening a new international headquarters in Cork, Ireland. The disaster recovery, system migration and data protection vendor that is a mainstay in the managed services provider market is currently hiring for IT support, marketing and human resources positions for the Cork office. 

Mike Kunz, vice president of sales, noted in a statement that StorageCraft has had a presence in Europe since 2006.

"With the establishment of the international headquarters in Ireland and the addition of key personnel, StorageCraft will provide an increased level of marketing, technical and sales support to its global network of resellers and master distributors in order to continue its high rate of growth throughout the world," Kunz said.

The company has been busy the last few weeks. Oct. 24 marked the release of StorageCraft ShadowProtect IT Edition PRO, which combined the IT Edition -- for hot server backups, migrations to new hardware and migrations from physical systems to virtual platforms -- with ShadowProtect Granular Recovery for Exchange. A week before that, StorageCraft and Advanced Backup Solutions unveiled a partnership that includes ShadowProtect software in ABS' backup and disaster recovery appliances and in its offsite disaster recovery infrastructure.

Posted by Scott Bekker on November 01, 2013 at 12:09 PM


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