September 21, 2012
ROCKVILLE, Md., Sept. 20 — CloudBolt Software (www.cloudboltsoftware.com), the provider of the next generation of IT management solutions, today announced the availability of its flagship product, CloudBolt Command & Control (C2).
CloudBolt C2 was engineered to deliver significantly reduced costs and increased responsiveness for its customers' Lines of Business. This technology consolidates command and control of all enterprise resources, unifying asset visibility and reporting, while also offering an extensible architecture which allows for the creation of plug-ins to interact with nearly any cloud or virtualization technology—those that exist today, and those that have yet to be imagined.
"We are excited to help our customers make a true strategic change in how they manage and direct IT resources, all while protecting their current infrastructure and investments," said John Menkart, CEO, CloudBolt. "Customers may adopt CloudBolt C2 for just the ease of 'Self Service Portal' deployment. Then they will expand because it makes IT in general more agile and flexible," he added.
CloudBolt C2 is especially valuable for enterprise organizations, where its ease of deployment, scalability, transparency, and unified command and control across heterogeneous IT environments provides significant advantage.
"CloudBolt software provides State agencies throughout Wyoming with a cloud automation solution that delivers resources from the State's private compute cloud as part of the Governor's IT vision to deliver greater value to our citizens," said Warren Anderson, Administrator, Information Technology, State of Wyoming.
A free and downloadable version of CloudBolt C2 is available on the CloudBolt Website (www.cloudboltsoftware.com). Additionally you can locate information on the Enterprise and Virtualization Edition products. Interested organizations can contact CloudBolt at email@example.com or via our website for a demo or to learn more about how CloudBolt C2 can improve IT performance and cost efficiencies for your organization.
About CloudBolt Software
CloudBolt Software transforms enterprise IT by providing IT Resource Command and Control technology that provides the consolidated operational intelligence needed to make strategic IT decisions. Based in Rockville, MD, CloudBolt is dedicated to the success of its customers, and to providing solutions that enable lower costs and more informed business decisions. For more information visit www.cloudboltsoftware.com.
Source: CloudBolt Software
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