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SnapCLOUD is built on the same simple and expandable storage platform, used in 350+PB of data center deployments worldwide. SnapCLOUD is an enterprise-class virtual storage platform with both block and file level access and cross-platform compatibility. It brings simplicity by enabling the deployment of enterprise-grade data storage in minutes to meet unplanned business growth needs. SnapCLOUD is unique in unifying data manageability, access control and replication between physical data center and public cloud, to enabling the hybrid cloud architecture.

Pay Only for What You Use.

Build a high performance and resilient virtual environment with SnapCLOUD in minutes, using servers, storage, and networking from the Azure Marketplace. SnapCLOUD offers versatility through a number of performance and capacity options to meet the needs of every application and workload.

Distributed Architecture.

Build a globally distributed data center to enhance your on-premise physical data center through interoperable feature sets like the automated change-based replication engine that makes it possible to have a Disaster Recovery site in the cloud or the central management that enables a remote branch office in the cloud.

Data Access Anywhere, Anytime, Any Device.

Built-in sync and share functionality makes it possible to share data among users and devices directly from SnapCLOUD along with the security of business policies.

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"While many IT organizations want to embrace the cloud, 90% of the organizations we surveyed have policies in place that restrict certain types of data from being stored in a third-party cloud. These organizations are looking for hybrid cloud solutions to fit these needs, rather than adopting multiple point products."

− Terri McClure, Sr. Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group, Inc.

"With SnapCLOUD as part of its portfolio of software defined storage solutions, Sphere 3D appears to be addressing customers’ needs to be able to centrally manage and deliver all of their enterprise data, regardless of whether it is on premise, in the cloud, or which device employees prefer to use for work."

− Terri McClure, Sr. Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group, Inc.