Tuesday, September 18, 2007

IBM Sees Real 'Value' in VAULT400

Published: September 18, 2007 by Alex Woodie United Computer Group, the Cleveland, Ohio, company behind the VAULT400 online backup offering, received a big stamp of approval from IBM this month when it was awarded a "value added enhancement," or VAE, in the managed services category. VAEs are highly coveted certifications that bestow upon the holder the right to conduct business in highly competitive reseller channels. As such, they can make or break a company's entire existence in certain business segments. In this case, the VAE allows UCG to sell a range of IBM equipment, including System i, System p, System z, and SurePOS point-of-sale hardware. Read Article