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Storage Access Announces Four New Customers

Storage @ccess Technologies Inc., a provider of storage management solutions, announced four new customers for its suite of services. Storage Access also announced the addition of four Alliance Channel Partners, each of which will further extend the company's sales network for the delivery of managed storage services to customers in the South Florida region.

Among the new customers is Gunster, Yoakley, & Stewart, P.A., a South Florida-based law firm serving an extensive client base of international, national and local businesses, institutions and local government offices as well as individuals. With seven offices in Florida, the firm is now home to 150 attorneys and 350 employees. Additional customers include South Florida-based technology firms Cyop.net, Eteneo, and Questinghound Technologies.

Three South Florida-based technology firms, Cyop.net, Eteneo, and Questinghound Technologies, have agreed to subscribe to and implement Storage Access solutions to meet their own data management needs. They have agreed to become Storage Access Alliance Channel Partners as well, enabling them to resell Storage Access services to South Florida customers. In addition, B.International has also signed on as an Alliance Channel Partner.

"Each of our new Alliance Channel Partners has a reputation for delivering productivity-enhancing solutions to South Florida companies," said Jonathan Castleman, president and chief operating officer of Storage Access. "By signing on as Alliance Channel Partners they recognize the tremendous opportunity that exists in providing managed storage solutions to their new and existing customers."

Storage Access said it will train each new Alliance Channel Partner, enabling them to expertly assess customer needs and recommend the appropriate storage solution. Each Alliance Channel Partner's storage toolkit will then include services for backup and restore functionality, media management, archival and retrieval, disaster recovery, and capacity management.


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