Storage Made EASY and AXEZ Sign Partnership Agreement
Fremont, CA: Storage Made Easy (SME) has announced its partnership with AXEZ ICT Solutions BV, a Dutch data availability specialist and HP Platinum Converged Infrastructure partner. Leveraging the partnership AXEZ will be able to sell Storage Made Easy’s EFSS solution to companies seeking on-site and hybrid file access needs on 'per user' basis. "AXEZ's presence in the Netherlands and existing relationships with Scality and HP provides an ideal partnership for us. We are confident AXEZ will become a key regional partner for us," said Jim Liddle, CEO, Storage Made Easy.
AXEZ's selection was based on Storage Made Easy's integration with Scality storage, and its ability to federate and unify files from different storage providers that are either behind the corporate firewall or on the public cloud. "Storage Made Easy's presence in the Netherlands combined with its technical capabilities and existing relationship with HPE and Scality make it an ideal partner for us. We are excited to offer our customers Storage Made Easy's innovative technology and we are looking forward to the File Share and Sync solution becoming an integral part of our cloud services offering," said René van Dop, CEO, AXEZ.
Storage Made Easy's enterprise file share and sync solution offers a holistic solution that can be integrated with the web, desktop or mobile. In addition to dealing with the files on cloud, the solution facilitates companies with diverse verticals to get grips in retaining sensitive information not only behind the corporate firewalls but also in exposing these files in a secure audited way.
AXEZ, founded in 2009, is headquartered in Rijswijk, the Netherlands. The company is engaged in selling their own Datacenter Solutions. It also sells and installs HP data center and hybrid converged infrastructure solutions to its customer base.
Storage Made Easy is the trading name of Vehera Ltd., a company based in London and having sales offices in the UK, USA and Switzerland. The solution offered by the company can be privately applied by the enterprises around their data on premises, within a public cloud, or on a third party software vendors' cloud.