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Four Ways to Reduce Cloud Storage Stress [1:58]

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Brochures (3)
Cloud Storage and Solutions for the Mobile Workforce [Service Brochure]

Featuring Gartner analyst Gene Ruth and Gregory Sexton from AT&T.

Cloud Storage: AT&T Synaptic Storage as a Service [Service Brochure]

AT&T Synaptic Storage as a Service gives you scalable, pay-per-use data storage you can access anywhere via web-enabled devices.

AT&T StorageConnect Service [Service Brochure]

This Product Brief describes AT&T StorageConnect Service -- a fully managed, flexible, multi-location storage transport service. StorageConnect Service converts storage protocols to any high-speed network protocol and also provides vital network channel extension capabilities, to allow replication over greater distances.

Case Studies (2)
East Bay Regional Park District Plans for Continuity Safely in the Cloud [Case Study]

Provide cost-effective off-site data storage for park district applications.

IHIE Employs AT&T Healthcare Solution to Support its Growth [Case Study]

AT&T Healthcare Community Online, a cloud-based care collaboration and health information exchange platform offering toolsets designed for physicians, providers, payers and patients.

Demos (1)
Four Ways to Reduce Cloud Storage Stress [Video, 1:58]

AT&T Synaptic Storage as a Service provides cloud-based virtual data storage with on-demand scalability, pay-as-you go pricing and the enterprise-class security of the AT&T network.

Presentations (2)
Cloud Storage Solutions [Video, 2:27]

Do you have fluctuating IT needs? Consider Cloud Services for on-demand access to compute and storage.

Cloud Services [Video, 2:27]

Do you have fluctuating IT needs? Consider Cloud Services for on-demand access to compute and storage.

Additional Resources (2)
In The Clouds [Additional Resource]

You are dealing with an increasing amount of data and a more mobile workforce.  What are some cloud solutions that can help?

The AT&T Cloud is Different [Additional Resource]

With so many cloud providers, how do you find one that can differentiate itself from the "cloud crowd?"