Month: October 2010

Geminare Wins THINKstrategies Cloud Computing Business Value Award

Recovery-as-a-Service Provider Safeguards Customer Data While Lowering the Cost of Server Replication and Archiving Read the THINKstrategies press release. —————————————– Wellesley, Mass. – October 12, 2010 – THINKstrategies, Inc., the leading strategic consulting company focused on the business implications of the on-demand services market, announced today that Geminare has been named the newest winner of THINKstrategies’ Cloud Computing Business Value (CCBV) Awards program, which is aimed at promoting the measurable business benefits being delivered by today’s cloud computing solutions…. Read more »

THINKstrategies Cloud Computing Business Value Award, 2010

Geminare has been named the newest winner of THINKstrategies’ Cloud Computing Business Value (CCBV) awards program, which is aimed at promoting the value-add being delivered by today’s Cloud computing solutions.   The purpose of this award program is to recognize Cloud Computing companies who are delivering Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (Paas) solutions which produce measureable business benefits for their customers.   Geminare’s Cloud Recovery platform was selected for the following business benefits:   Ability… Read more »

Storage Strategies NOW: Outlook Report

Click here to download this report OUTLOOK REPORT (Summary) Data Protection and Recovery in the Small and Mid-Sized Business (SMB) By Deni Connor, Patrick H. Corrigan and James E. Bagley Storage Strategies NOW October 11, 2010 Introduction The data protection and recovery space is exploding as more businesses recognize that protecting their assets – their information — is key to business survival. Small and mid-sized businesses are a market that has been… Read more »

IDC Technology Assessment of Geminare

TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT (Summary) Geminare Incorporated: Delivering Cloud–Based Disaster Recovery and Server Replication for SMEs By Krista Napier, Senior Analyst IDC Canada October 2010 IDC OPINION Traditional on-premise infrastructure solutions for disaster recovery and server replication can represent large capital, software, and operational costs for organizations. These costs can price smaller and medium size businesses out of enterprise class solutions, and represent large expenditures particularly in vertical markets where regulation is… Read more »