CRN Recognizes eFolder as Coolest Cloud Storage Vendor and Cloud Computing Vendor 2015

By CIOReview | Tuesday, February 10, 2015
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SAN FRANCISCO, CA: eFolder – a supplier of cloud data protection, business continuity and cloud file sync solutions for IT channel –  announces that it has been recognized among The Channel Company’s CRN 20 Coolest Cloud Storage Vendors of 2015 and 100 Coolest Cloud Computing Vendors of 2015. The annual list recognizes the most innovative cloud companies tailored to address the IT channel unique needs.

 The honors for the Coolest Cloud Storage Vendors and Coolest Cloud Computing vendors are presented based on companies approach to create innovative products, services or partner programs. This year’s selection process for the 100 Coolest Cloud Computing solutions providers had five key criteria into consideration including: platforms and tools; infrastructure; storage; security and software. The companies were recognized based on information or data gathered from both solution provider nominations and the CRN editorial team.

 eFolder has been recognized for its acquisition of Cloudfinder, a provider of cloud-to-cloud back-up services. Cloudfinder provides back-up, full-text search, restoration, and reporting for business-to-business (B2B) cloud services, including Office 365, Google Apps, and Salesforce.com. The adoption of cloud computing solutions provides benefits such as scalability, flexibility and savings to the customers. It also helps partners to grow profitably with managed services built upon a broad portfolio for backup, BDR and cloud file sync service, reports PRWeb.

“Widespread demand for cloud computing solutions is increasing across businesses of all shapes and sizes. As organizations become more willing to adopt cloud technology and services, experienced solution providers are in greater demand. The 20 Coolest Cloud Storage Vendors and 100 Coolest Cloud Computing Vendors lists enable solution providers to engage with companies who are poised to help them capitalize on these opportunities,” says Robert Faletra, CEO, The Channel Company.