SHI Cloud gets creative with Vine: Poll

With the 12th International Cloud Expo only a few days away, the SHI Cloud team has been hard at work preparing their presentations and making sure our booth is ready to accept visitors. But that doesn’t mean we haven’t been able to have a little fun too. This week we launched a series of animated Vine videos to get customers, partners, and other attendees pumped about the show and eager to learn more about the new SHI Backup as a Service offering that we’ll be showcasing at our booth.

If you’re following us on Twitter, you might have seen them. But if you haven’t, here are the six videos we’ve published so far. If you have 36 seconds, you have enough time to watch them all. But good luck watching each one only once!

When you’re done watching, scroll down to let us know which is your favorite.

Which is your favorite SHI Vine animation so far?
  
pollcode.com free polls 

 

If you aren’t already, follow us on Twitter for more Vine fun–we’ll be adding a few more animations in the coming days–and updates from the Cloud Expo floor. And if you’re going to be at the show, stop by booth #406 to say hello and talk to an SHI representative about moving your backup and recovery processes to the cloud.

You may also be interested in:

You’re overdue for a data protection checkup Data is among the most valuable assets for any organization. And collecting, storing, and securing internal and external information only grows more i...
CIOs reveal 6 ways cloud services are changing IT At Cloud Expo this week, SHI had the opportunity to participate in a number of presentations and panel discussions about the state of the cloud servic...
iomartcloud adds cloud backup and disaster recovery to SHI BaaS Yesterday we unveiled the new SHI Backup as a Service (BaaS) offering and today, at EMC World, we introduced one of the partners that is helping to po...

One thought on “SHI Cloud gets creative with Vine: Poll

Submit a comment:

Your email address will not be published.

Please note: All comments will be moderated

sixteen − eleven =