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NBrella®, a cloud integrity and security company based in Silicon Valley, announces a transformative system for Cloud Service Providers which ensures data integrity and enhanced security in cloud environments. The NBrella System directly addresses a prospective cloud customer’s reluctance to entrust their valuable data and application configurations to the cloud, thereby increasing market share for Cloud Providers.
Belmont, CA (PRWEB) June 27, 2012
NBrella® launches the NBrella® Cloud Protection Program for Cloud Service Providers, which ensures absolute and permanent data integrity in cloud environments.
Cloud computing is the undeniable future of business organization, yet current cloud design is fundamentally flawed as it pertains to integrity and security, two mission critical concerns.
Data threats and breaches, the use of live, unencrypted data, inadequate audit ability, organizational control issues, and poor data retention capabilities are just some of the liabilities facing many cloud environments. The lack of record integrity is a nightmare for compliance, legal oversight, and responsible accounting. NBrella technology mitigates these concerns and results in even greater data integrity and security in cloud environments than most businesses achieve under their own roofs.
The 2012 Cisco Global Cloud Networking Survey found that “Thus far, the actual number of cloud adoptions remains small. Only five percent of IT decision-makers have migrated at least half of their total applications to the cloud…..A large majority of organizations (76%) predict that their cloud applications will likely be breached….”
Data integrity risk in the cloud prevents many C-level managers from considering the move to a cloud environment. Despite advertising rhetoric, very few companies entrust their data and apps to the cloud. The overwhelming 95%+ of the market which has not migrated to the cloud represents massive growth potential for Cloud Providers who can effectively guarantee superior data integrity and peace of mind under their platform.
“As an IT security professional for 30 years, I am appalled by the lack of security, integrity, and safety of the vast majority of cloud service providers. We invented NBrella to address the #1 concern of the vast majority who are scared to put their valuable assets into the cloud. Very simply, NBrella makes the cloud safe. We hope to make the cloud a legitimate, realistic reality for each and every business” says Michael Price, Founder and CEO of NBrella.
The NBrella Program enhances the credibility and integrity of a Cloud Provider’s brand, aligning their name with safety, security, and high reliability. NBrella Coverage may result in sales a Cloud Provider would otherwise lose to those wary of moving their data into the cloud.
Due to the inherent protection of the NBrella Cloud Program, Cloud Providers may save money in insurance premiums. In addition, the system may double as a robust Backup and Disaster Recovery solution for cloud environments, the cost of which may be equal or less than a Cloud Provider’s current BDR system.
NBrella is designed to be used in combination with a Cloud Provider’s current service offerings, resulting in increased data integrity and security. NBrella goes beyond traditional Backup and Disaster Recovery to ensure data, application, and record integrity in the cloud. The NBrella Cloud Protection Program is applicable for all Cloud Service Providers, including SaaS, HaaS, DaaS and BYOD offerings. Visit the NBrella website at http://www.nbrella.com.
About CEO Michael Price:
Michael Price is a 30-year Silicon Valley veteran and CEO of a Managed Service Provider since 1983. Well experienced in data security, Michael’s team has provided security and data integrity services to companies such as Security Pacific Bank, Palm, NASA, numerous legal firms, financial service organizations, and banks. Michael’s background in security includes being the outsourced IT Director for McAfee for several years.
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