CRN Reports : Vembu Named Coolest Software Vendor(s) for the Year 2015
02/04/2015

Vembu Technologies was named the coolest Cloud Storage Vendor of 2015 by CRN today.

Online PR News – 04-February-2015 – united state – Addison, TX. Feb 2, 2015: Vembu Technologies was named the coolest Cloud Storage Vendor of 2015 by CRN today. Vembu achieved this high point rating by consistently providing highly compliant and reliable DR services to IT managers, small and medium sized businesses.
CRN stated that, “Vembu has added cloud disaster recovery as a service that lets failed systems or virtual machines boot directly on a cloud or USB disk.” With this functionality, server meltdown can be tackled with the option of the spin off feature, rolled out by Vembu recently. “I am delighted by this announcement”, responded Len Srinivasan, VP of Marketing, Vembu Technologies. “This proves that we’re well positioned and commoditizing data backup and disaster recovery in the cloud market”
It is evident from this announcement that decisions and features are added to the product line based on real time IT BC/DR requirements. Despite many other business continuity options targeting the mid sized market, Vembu is very confident about its solid market share in the cloud DR space. Adding to its cloud driven offerings, Vembu is making rapid strides in cloud file sharing solutions – Vembu FileShare, Cloud Backup – Vembu OnlineBackup, free CRM hosted on the cloud – Vembu CRM, and productivity tool – Vembu Notes.
Vembu also captured the best backup vendor award for its product innovation and adequate margins by BSMInfo earlier this year. This recognition increases Vembu’s brand equity in the industry.
About Vembu Technologies:
Vembu Technologies is an established leader in providing flexible, reliable and cost-effective managed cloud based IT solutions through cloud storage, online backup, disaster recovery and file sharing. Since 2004, Vembu’s award winning cloud solutions have delivered tangible value to over 4000 partners worldwide who manage, protect and administer over 100 PB of business critical data.