Storage Made Easy Bootstraps Its Way To Success

July 7, 2016 Jeff Ferry

Veritext is the largest legal document management company in the U.S. Every day, 650 depositions get uploaded by law firms from all 50 states into Veritext’s online database. Once there, they can be downloaded and shared by legal professionals and court officials who need to see them. Veritext is the leader in deposition and litigation support solutions for law firms and corporations.

Two years ago, Veritext chose a file sync and share solution to manage its vast database. Veritext VP of Software Development Jay Goldberg looked at some of the leading file sync and share solutions in the market, including market leader Box before choosing software from Storage Made Easy, a small private British company. “We were looking for someone who wanted to learn and understand our business,” Goldberg explains. “Box was too commercially oriented. Storage Made Easy became our partner.” He adds: “Security was paramount for us, and we knew that Storage Made Easy’s security model was robust.” Storage Made Easy is a four-year-old startup that does not follow Silicon Valley norms.

Yet today it looks like one of the top companies in data focused solutions, Storage Made Easy was formed in 2009 and spent three years developing and building the initial product prior to releasing it to the market in mid 2013. Today, the company provides applications, support, training, and professional services, enabling customers and partners to build comprehensive data focused solutions. With More than 300,000 users. Used by Teams, Companies, Universities, ISP’s and Organizations worldwide.

About Storage Made Easy (SME)

Storage Made Easy (“SME”) provides an Enterprise File Fabric that focuses on two large & emerging markets. The first is Cloud Security encompassing Governance and Compliance and the second is the large and growing Object Storage private cloud market.

The SME solution offers a “blanket” that enterprises can privately apply to wrap around all their data: on premises, within a public cloud, or on a third party software vendors’ cloud (SharePoint or SalesForce for example). Customers use SME for security, encryption, audit, and control as well as to provide a data unification platform.

Storage Made Easy is the trading name of Vehera LTD who have sales offices in the UK, USA and Switzerland. Website to learn more.

Update : London, 26th September 2017

Storage Made Easy release a new version of its File Fabric further enhancing enterprise governance and compliance

Storage Made Easy™ (SME) announced today they have released an updated version of their enterprise File Fabric™ product which unifies all on-premises and on-cloud data into a single workspace for end users. The new release focuses on enterprise governance and compliance targeting service providers and companies that need to enforce compliance regulations on their whole data estate.

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