London – 2nd February 2015. Cloudhouse™ Technologies, today announced it’s finalist place in Network Computing’s 2015 “IT Optimisation Product of the Year” Award.
Following on-line nominations made by the readers of Network Computing Magazine, Data Anywhere from Cloudhouse is one of just 8 vendors to be shortlisted for the “IT Optimisation Product of the Year” category.
Mat Clothier, CTO of Cloudhouse, comments: “We saw a huge amount of positive industry and analyst acknowledgement towards the end of last year, including becoming Gartner’s ‘Cool Vendor in Endpoint Computing, 2014’ and inclusion in their ‘IT Market Clock for Client Computing, 2014’ report.” Clothier continues, “Data Anywhere has been highlighted as a key differentiator for the improvement of application reliability and performance so to be selected by Network Computing’s readership as a finalist in this award category is absolutely fantastic; we are really pleased”.
Data Anywhere targets client/server application network traffic, to secure, make reliable and accelerate data to enable application communications across a WAN or public interest. The result is that client/server applications that are transformed to be deployed and to perform in a cloud delivery model.
Voting is now open to everyone and the winner will be selected following another round of voting between now and 10th March 2015. The winners will be announced on 19th March. To support our nomination, please vote for us on the Network Computing Awards website.
About the Awards
The Network Computing Awards have been running since 2007 and were set up to recognize hardware, software and services companies which have most impressed the readers of the UK’s longest established computer networking publication.
Cloudhouse Technologies has seen over 300 per cent growth over the last 12 months, and expanded its business into the US – thanks, in part, to strategic partnerships with Microsoft and Amazon. As it looks to continue its growth and expand its global footprint, Cloudhouse has also appointed Nick Coleman as CTO.