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Premier Workers Compensation Insurer "Backs-Up" Success With Venyu

Baton Rouge-Based Insurer Chooses Venyu's Managed Services and Data Backup to Secure and Support Company's Growth

BATON ROUGE, LA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/01/14 -- Venyu, a leader in business continuity, cloud-based virtualization, and battle-tested data recovery services, today announced that Baton Rouge-based Stonetrust Commercial Insurance has chosen the company to provide managed hosting services and cloud-based data backup to support their business operations. Venyu helped the company save more than $50,000 by eliminating costly IT capital upgrades as well as hiring additional IT support staff to manage a larger, in-house data center. For more information, please see the full case study: www.venyu.com/case-studies

Stonetrust provides statutory workers' compensation insurance for construction, wholesale, retail, manufacturing, and other service related businesses currently with more than 4,700 active policies. As the company grew, the need for an outsourced, reliable backup, and managed hosting provider became clear. Stonetrust meet these needs with Venyu's premier hosting site in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, which provides a fully-redundant, secure infrastructure with immediate scalability.

Reliable data backup consists of Venyu's cloud-based data recovery solution, RestartIT®. As an essential element of any disaster recovery plan, Venyu's data backup automatically saves all data changes, while securing information in the company's commercial-grade data centers. Should a man-made or natural disaster prevent Stonetrust from accessing its on-site data, Venyu can quickly export all needed information to a Mobile Vault for instantaneous restoration and access.

"Given the real threat of catastrophic events in our region, disaster recovery isn't just a 'nice-to-have,' but a necessity to keep business going," said Sukhy Dhillon, CIO, Stonetrust Commercial Insurance. "With Venyu, we don't worry about data being lost or unavailable in the event of emergency. No matter what the situation -- we know Venyu's got us covered."

"Stonetrust's customers rely on them, which means they need to have access to vital data at all times," said Scott Thompson, CEO, Venyu. "With our managed hosting and backup, Stonetrust eliminates outages because all data is safely held and accessible in Venyu's data centers. Stonetrust can focus on what they're known for: providing quality customer service."

To find out more or connect with Venyu for back-up, recovery, colocation and managed services, please visit www.venyu.com.

About Venyu
Venyu is a premier provider of data center, managed hosting, cloud, virtualization and data protection solutions. By leveraging Venyu's portfolio of innovative, ROI-focused solutions, including VenyuCloud and RestartIT, within secure, highly available data centers, organizations can reduce IT costs while increasing security and scalability. For more information about Venyu and its industry-leading offerings, please visit www.venyu.com. Your Data Made Invincible™.

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