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Stage2Data Partners with Pivot3 to Power Its Private Cloud Hosting Solutions


Pivot3, the technology leader of hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) solutions for the software-defined data center, today announced that Stage2Data, Canada’s premier cloud solution provider, has joined the Pivot3 Partner Program. Stage2Data will deploy Pivot3’s HCI technology to power its on-premise private cloud solutions, Legal Flex and Data Flex, as well as its robust disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) offering.

“We are pleased to partner with Stage2Data to power their leading private cloud and DRaaS offerings,” said Jamie Lerner, chief revenue officer at Pivot3. “Pivot3’s industry-leading scale-out architecture and high fault tolerance provides Stage2Data with cloud-like agility and the security of on-premise systems to solve the challenges around distributed hosting and business continuity.”

Legal Flex and Data Flex are hosting solutions provided by Stage2Data and powered by Pivot3’s hyperconverged technology. Used by the Canadian Bar Association, Legal Flex is built for law firms that require on-site data storage, but with the agility and economics of the cloud combined with application-level and site-level fault tolerance to mitigate risk, compliance issues and prohibitive up-front costs. Data Flex is Stage2Data’s hosting solution for other professional firms. Stage2Data provides 100-percent management of both Legal Flex and Data Flex with a simple monthly fee.

“By partnering with Pivot3, we can give our customers the agility of the cloud and the security of disaster recovery and data protection in the enterprise data center,” said Stephen Pyott, national sales manager at Stage2Data. “Canadian firms are often legally prohibited from using hosting centers that do not physically reside in the country. We now have a great alternative for those firms who need an optimized hosting platform.

Published Tuesday, December 13, 2016 9:47 AM by David Marshall
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