London, UK, 28th October 2015 - Ormuco today announces it has chosen Olympus.io as its file sharing partner. The partnership will allow Ormuco to deliver both public and managed private cloud file sharing to its customers. Now customers will no longer have to release control of their sensitive corporate data in order to enjoy the benefits and ease of use of popular file sharing applications. Additionally, customers will have the unique opportunity to brand and resell the service as they wish. The simplicity of the platform allows customers to implement their own private cloud within the data centre of their choice, either locally on premises or in any cloud combination.
Orlando Bayter, CEO of Ormuco, commented; “Ormuco selected Olympus.io to offer our rapidly growing customer base a file sharing solution that goes beyond public cloud offerings. Olympus.io offers detailed customisation features and the ability to deploy in a private, hybrid or public implementation “on demand” to give our customers complete control over their data and ease of use. It is the best of both worlds to combine the usability of a consumer offering but with the data protection of a private cloud”.
“We are extremely proud to announce a flagship file sharing offering with Ormuco, a leading service provider to corporate customers throughout the world,” said Victoria Coniglio McKinney, CEO of Olympus.io. “This new file sharing service will enable a level of data control and flexibility that enterprises have been seeking but so far has been unavailable in the market. CIOs can be reassured knowing where their sensitive corporate data is at all times, and employees can enjoy the ease of use of consumer apps.”
Ormuco, an HP Helion Network charter member, offers a cloud services platform for service providers, ISVs and businesses around the globe. With nodes in Canada, U.S., EMEA and soon, LATAM and Japan, it is rapidly building a global network of cloud services to service both local data requirements as well as global, multinational companies.
Olympus.io, the industry’s leading wholesale file sharing solution, offers white label file sharing software to service providers and application owners alike on a private, hybrid or public cloud basis. The solution addresses security issues by never requiring the customer to relinquish their data and gives them the freedom to place and move their workloads easily from one cloud to another to take advantage of the best market prices and ride the cloud economics cost curve.
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Ormuco began as a licensed telecommunications service provider. Today, as an HP Helion Network charter member, Ormuco offers a cloud services platform for service providers, ISVs and businesses around the globe. It currently has nodes in Canada, U.S., EMEA and soon, LATAM and Japan and is rapidly building a global network of cloud services to service both local data requirements as well as global, multinational companies.
Ormuco has unrivalled ability to offer both private managed and virtual private cloud services with the facility to burst into public cloud in a single architecture and can uniquely address the demands for the highest service levels and security requirements during production and test/development workloads.
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Olympus.io launched in 2013 with the vision of incorporating the best of content collaboration with a simple user experience, branded by anyone and sold at wholesale. Its mission is to transform the market for file sharing and collaboration for service providers and application owners alike. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, CA, and with offices in Austin, TX and India, Olympus.io develops modular software that can be rapidly deployed either as SaaS or on premise solution.
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