SecurStore, the trusted and specialist cloud service provider, today rolled out its new website with a streamlined layout for simpler navigation and a fresh, modern design. It provides customers extensive information about its cloud services, general industry news and the cost benefits associated with cloud storage, demonstrated by a cross-section of case studies broken down by sector.

Social media and backing up claims of thought leadership is a concern for many businesses, and customer interaction on modern communication platforms is at an all time high. SecurStore is pleased to support its new website with a blog, a platform with the potential for industry discussion. This coincided with SecurStore announcing its green cloud storage and the launch of a third offsite storage tier that secures customer data in a 100% carbon free data centre.

As well as its new website and blog, SecurStore has also been extensively recognised in the press and by analyst houses. It recently received recommendation from leading UK publication PC Pro for its enterprise storage solution and by Gartner, for its Cloud Backup solution.

SecurStore offers cloud backup and cloud green storage with advanced technology that supports all operating systems and environments. It provides enterprises a multi-tier storage model that protects customer data, while simultaneously allowing clients full management of controls and costs. SecurStore can offer a truly bespoke, global cloud backup and storage service which is unrivalled in the world.

Boasting full ISO 27001 certification, SecurStore guarantees data compliance with a host of global security standards and third party access to sensitive data is never allowed, even during recovery situations. Soon SecurStore’s agentless backup will also include mobile backup for clients that have storage requirements for tablets, smartphones and other remote devices.

Alexander Eiríksson, COO of SecurStore, said, “Having a regular blog is important to keep in touch with an evolving market and it’s the perfect support mechanism for our new website. We already have a social presence with Facebook and Twitter, so a blog is perfect for expanding our thoughts on the industry. We aim to inform our customers on important market news, technology changes in the industry and anything else we think will benefit enterprises looking at cloud services.”