Cloud Core FAQs
5 Questions about Cloud Core
CLOUD CORE PLATFORM OVERVIEW
1: What are the advantages of Cloud Core over Venio Cloud?
- Cloud Core is priced per project and GB of data used, so if you have fewer than 10 projects and the sizes of the files to be processed are small to medium, then pricing may be an advantage of Cloud Core.
- Cloud Core is a month-to-month commitment whereas Venio Cloud is an annual commitment.
- Both are built using the Venio Cloud backbone, so they are both full-featured, end-to-end eDiscover products.
2: Project-based pricing means that Venio is directly competing against partners that have invested in the tool. Isn’t that channel conflict?
- Cloud Core is not designed to compete with partners but instead to complement and strengthen your options.
- Cloud Core is designed to be an ideal service for anyone interested in trying out cloud-based eDiscovery.
3: Is my case data safe with Cloud Core?
- Cloud Core uses a state-of-the-art data center to safely run the multi-tenant software. Every measure of the latest security is utilized in this data center. Here are just a few of the protections in place to safeguard your data:
- Virus protection
- Intrusion detection
- Patch updates
- Releases loaded
- Backup maintained
- VPN connection for users
- Multi-factor authentication
- Disaster recovery and high availability
- Hardware routinely replaced on a regular basis
- 24x7x365 on-site monitoring
Venio Systems is as serious about protecting your data as you are. It is our business.
4: How much does Cloud Core cost?
- Cloud Core is a competitively priced offering. The fees are based on a number of factors and vary depending upon your scenario.
- Contact sales at (855) 662 -8600 or email us at email@example.com to find out more.
5: What if I already pay for Venio Cloud or Venio One services? Should I switch to Cloud Core?
Everything depends on your volume of cases and number of GBs you are processing. Venio Cloud and VenioOne are already providing all the services that you need. There should be no reason to move to Cloud Core.