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  • Hurricane Sandy: Proof the Cloud Works

    November 5, 2012 by Brett Jaffe

    Hurricane Sandy was one of the largest storms in recent history in terms of sheer size.  With a direct hit on New York and New Jersey, millions lost power, Internet, and in many cases their homes. Those of us who serve the IT space have another perspective altogether.  In addition to attending to our own [...]

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  • OS33 Now Working Standing On Its Head

    May 21, 2012 by Aron Derstine

    OS33 began in the United States.  Expanded to Ireland.  Canada.  U.K.  And today, I’m happy to announce that we’re in Australia.  The technology, and brand will be introduced at the CeBIT 2012 Conference, on May 22-24th in Sydney. Heading OS33 Australia is Country Manager, Damien Stephens, a veteran from both the traditional and cloud IT [...]

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  • IT Consumption

    March 27, 2012 by Alex Osipov

    Imagine a world defined by IT that adjusts to meet the needs of the business end user.   It is a world where services are turned on and off and you only pay for what you use.  The services are cross-cloud, cross vendor and cross platform.  This is the vision guiding some of the most innovative [...]

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  • Announcing OS33 integration with Google Apps

    January 17, 2012 by Alex Osipov

    Today we’re excited to announce integration with Google Apps as part of the OS33 platform.  With the new integration, OS33 is enabling business users to easily provision, manage and consume Google Apps services including email, calendar, tasks and more as part the OS33 unified IT solution.  Adopting the new world of IT presents a major [...]

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  • Universal File System in the Cloud

    October 11, 2011 by Alex Osipov

    A core component of our vision at OS33 is to provide universal access and management tools for data stored on any device and service.  It’s a vision where the private cloud gains efficiencies of the public cloud and the public cloud becomes easier to use in existing private cloud environments.  Our goal is to give [...]

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