DuraCloud Preservation Service in the Troposphere: "Meteorology for the cloud computing world"
Submitted by on Wed, 2011-11-02 11:01
Ithaca, NY In an article about the launch of DuraCloud, Jo Maitland, Executive Editor of SearchCloudComputing, SearchServerVirtualization and SearchVMware, takes a look at how DuraCloud operates with cloud storage providers, key advantages of the new service and the ease of uploading content to DuraCloud:
"There are three options for uploading content to DuraCloud: via the web interface, the client-side synchronization utility, or the REST API."
The significant advantage the new service offers global universities and cultural heritage organizations concerned with preserving the scholarly record into the future is the ability to store content with several cloud providers ensuring that valuable documents can be replicated and managed in multiple geographic locations.
Read the "DuraCloud launches preservation service" article here: http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/cloud-computing/duracloud-launches-preservation-service/
Maitland points out, "There are other preservation services out there, but so far none have taken advantage of the cloud." As the only managed software service that lets organizations archive content across more than one cloud provider, DuraCloud ensures that irreplaceable documents, imagery and videos are always accessible.
Find out more TODAY
There's still time to register for a free web event TODAY, Nov. 2: "Using DuraCloud for Archiving & Preservation," to be held from 1:00p.m. - 2:00p.m. Eastern Standard Time. To register for this web event please use the following link: