University of Southern California Adopts IceWEB's IceBOXTM Cloud Collaboration Solution


University of Southern California Adopts IceWEB's IceBOXTMCloud Collaboration Solution

-IceWEB Continues Transition to Complete Cloud Solutions Company-

STERLING, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- IceWEB Storage Corporation - (OTC BB:IWEB),an award-winning Unified Data Storage appliance provider for cloud and virtual environments, as well as the highly secure, scalable IceBOXTMBYOD (Bring Your Own Device) Private Digital Cloud Solution, today announced that the Company secured an order from the University of Southern California for up to 5,000 users.

"USC chose an IceWEB 2200 2U IceBOX storage appliance with 8TB capacity expandable to 48TB, for one of its prestigious professional schools to be able to collaborate in a secure, auditable BYOD environment. The IceBOX solution meets their exacting requirements for a private cloud collaboration platform. One of the most important requirements universities and schools have is the ability to offer a private platform with the security and auditing that public clouds do not provide. Our IceBOX private cloud technology, with its highly secure environment, provides the features and benefits required by their high standards. This is another step along our path to our new strategic transition from hardware and software only to Complete Cloud Services," said Rob Howe, CEO.

IceBOX provides:

  • Industry leading 256 bit encryption;

  • Unmatched data protection with a built-in backup utility and DR replication capability in our 2000 models;

  • The broadest BYOD support; Apple iOS, Blackberry, Windows Mobile, Android; and

  • The ability to present existing Windows network file shares via the IceBOX Cloud Platform

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For IceWEB, Inc.
Cynthia DeMonte, 917-273-1717

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