We provide highly flexible storage to store many different types of data. We provide all the cloud management tools for you to manage your own cloud buckets, user access writes, permissions, integration, versioning, and immutable storage (object-lock).
Using object storage that is 100% Amazon S3 compliant providing an easy route to moving data from alternative cloud storage providers with none of the hidden fees or charges.
If you have a data storage solution that supports Amazon S3 API’s then we can connect! There are no cloud tiers i.e. fast, slow, cold, just a single fast tier!
Our pricing model is simple with no fees for ingress/ingress or API requests. It is there when you want scalable and flexible high performing storage for storing business critical data. This is Enterprise Cloud Storage that offers real savings against the public cloud storage providers.
There are no 90-day termination charges, all you pay for is the final month once you have given notice.
Put your business in control of your cloud storage strategy. Why should you be locked into a cloud provider who every month sends a bill for far more than you estimated? You have a choice just like when you go to the supermarket. Remember it is your data and you are in control. Once we provide cloud storage to you it is yours for as long as you pay the bill. Create as many users, policies, groups and buckets as you like, but please don’t lose the keys otherwise it’s gone.
We fully support versioning and immutability. Object Lock is a data protection feature wherein a user can designate certain files or “objects” to be immutable, meaning they cannot be altered or deleted by anyone. Via the policies of data management applications, users set an allotted time for an object to be immutable, after which it can be altered or deleted. This protects critical data against ransomware attacks, a key factor in the world today.
Object Lock can help organisations with certain government and industry regulations like HIPAA, FINRA, and CJIS for securing and preserving electronic records, transaction data, and activity logs.