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DuraCloud Kicks Off 2013 With Storage Price Reductions!

New 2013 Price Cuts

Winchester, MA Today the DuraSpace organization announced price cuts to DuraCloud storage costs for each subscription plan—Preservation Basic, Preservation Plus, and DuraCloud Enterprise. Each plan offers customers affordable and managed digital preservation and archiving services matched to customers' needs. DuraCloud subscription plans are competitive with commercial cloud providers, do not require additional transfer or variable costs, and reflect recent price cuts across most major cloud storage providers including Amazon, Google, Azure, HP, and Rackspace.

The new prices have been posted on the DuraCloud web site:

Key DuraCloud benefits include:

• Copies of your content stored with multiple providers

• Automated health checking of content, so files are never corrupted or lost

• Easy to use content synchronization and retrieval tools

• A full suite of reports that let you more effectively manage your content

• Online sharing and streaming to any internet-linked device

• Permissions and access controls for content stored in the cloud

A FREE 2-month DuraCloud trial run comes complete with one-on-one customer support and a production DuraCloud instance that allows you to upload any of your content to DuraCloud and test all of the DuraCloud services. This is an opportunity for you to find out how cloud storage and services can help you plan for meeting your back-up, preservation, streaming, and collaboration needs now and for the future. DuraCloud is the only "one click to the cloud" managed cloud service that provides you with instant access to multiple locations and providers.

Take advantage of DuraCloud 2013 price cuts today! Apply for your free DuraCloud trial account here:

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is an independent 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization founded in 2009 when the Fedora Commons organization and the DSpace Foundation, two of the largest providers of open source repository software, joined to pursue a common mission to preserve our shared scholarly, scientific and cultural record. The DuraSpace community includes more than 1,500 worldwide institutions that use DSpace or Fedora open source repository software to provide durable access to documents, imagery and media. More information at