Data Storage Corp. (NASDAQ: DTST) stock gained by 4.26% at last close whereas the DTST stock-price plunge by 1.66% in the pre-market trading session. The company offers a wide range of premium technological solutions, with a focus on IaaS, data storage security, and IT management. Data Storage is used by clients to provide disaster recovery, business continuity, security, and compliance with ever-increasing industry, state, and federal standards.
Chuck Piluso, Data Storage Corporation’s Chief Executive Officer, will participate at the H.C. Wainwright 23rd Annual Global Investment Conference, which will be conducted digitally during September 13 and 15, 2021.
DTST stock’ Recent Development
Precisely, a global leader in data integrity software has formed a managed services model agreement with Data Storage Corporation to offer revolutionary security software solutions to the Data Storage cloud.
Data Storage was among the first in the market to pioneer cloud-based computing for IBM power systems, utilizing a resource architecture that is effective, distributed, and scalable, lowering equipment costs and administrative overhead. Furthermore, Data Storage has created a unique library of easy-to-manage, fast branded solutions that span high availability, recovery plans, and full-production hosting, all backed by managed services expertise.
Chuck Paolillo, DTST stock CTO stated that,
Data Storage’s ezSecurity is a progressive menu of IT security products tailored to customers’ needs, beginning with a free security risk assessment. The addition of Precisely’s enhanced capabilities within a cloud environment lets them to deliver an even more comprehensive and full-featured, monthly subscription-based product that covers the most frequent IT security exposure issues, including ransomware. They can highlight obstacles and rapidly repair any issues that are detected owing to no-cost risk analysis and associated reports.
Craig Johnson, Senior Vice President – IBM Infrastructure at Precisely commented,
They’ve worked with Data Storage for over 20 years, mostly in the elevated and disaster recovery arena on IBM Power Systems, and they’re looking forward to bringing these technologies to the cloud with them. This was a fantastic opportunity to reach out to a larger and more diverse audience.