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Storage Made Easy provides a secure Enterprise File Share and Sync Fabric that can be used in the Cloud, on-premise, or on 'Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) solution providers. Uniquely, SME unifies public and private data clouds whilst providing ‘cloud control’ in the form of making remotely stored files secure by encrypting them and also providing full file lifecycle audit as well as other control points such as support for ‘Bring Your Own Device’, ‘Single Sign On’ and GEO location restrictions. Storage Made Easy support Mac, Windows and Linux Operating Systems and all major mobile operating systems. Storage Made Easy is wholly owned by Vehera Ltd., private London-based limited company. Vehera has offices in the United Kingdom, United States, and central Europe.
TypePrivate
Founded2009
HQSutton, GB
Websitestoragemadeeasy.com
Employee Ratings3.6

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Employees (est.) (Nov 2019)32(-3%)
Revenue (FY, 2011)£46.5 K

Key People/Management at Storage Made Easy

David Roberts

David Roberts

Chairman
Ian Osborne

Ian Osborne

Co-Founder
Elvin Patrick

Elvin Patrick

Non Executive Investor Director
Dan Stone

Dan Stone

COO
Jim Liddle

Jim Liddle

CEO and Co-Founder
Kamran Yousaf

Kamran Yousaf

CTO
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Storage Made Easy Office Locations

Storage Made Easy has an office in Sutton
Sutton, GB (HQ)
Mulgrave Chambers 26 Mulgrave Rd
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Storage Made Easy Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2009

Storage Made Easy total Funding

$2.3 m

Storage Made Easy latest funding size

$1 m

Time since last funding

6 years ago
Storage Made Easy's latest funding round in January 2014 was reported to be $1 m. In total, Storage Made Easy has raised $2.3 m
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Storage Made Easy Revenue

Storage Made Easy's revenue was reported to be £46.49 k in FY, 2011
GBP

Revenue (FY, 2011)

46.5k

Cash (31-Mar-2019)

252.0k
GBPFY, 2011

Revenue

46.5k
GBPFY, 2011FY, 2012FY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016FY, 2017FY, 2018FY, 2019

Cash

46.7k334.4k207.0k556.6k233.1k259.2k987.2k1.5m252.0k

Accounts Receivable

18.0k9.5k130.0k244.4k91.5k98.4k112.3k194.1k

Current Assets

46.7k352.3k216.5k686.7k477.5k515.0k1.4m2.0m772.4k

PP&E

1.9k4.3k5.9k6.5k12.8k23.6k43.6k30.9k
GBPY, 2019

Financial Leverage

1.9 x
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Storage Made Easy Online and Social Media Presence

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Sports Broadcasting: Arsenal F.C. and the Enterprise File Fabric for Media Solution – Case Study

The Enterprise File Fabric for Media is a specialised version of the File Fabric distinctively aimed at companies who deal with large media assets. It enables companies to securely collaborate with large files, wherever they are stored, in a non proprietary fashion, in addition to being able to move…

Sitelink for Site Edge and ROBO (Remote and Branch office) File access

One of the challenges still facing many companies with more than one office, despite the advent of cloud, is that of local storage residing at each site, with each site needing on demand access to files from remote sites. A cloud first strategy can potentially overcome this problem but there can oft…

Using the File Fabric’s SFTP protocol adaptor to work with multi-cloud files from a Linux Console

SFTP is an acronym for the SSH File Transfer Protocol. SFTP is the preferred option to FTP because it is inherently more secure and is able to piggyback on an SSH connection. You may have often found yourself on a linux console where you need access to a file that you have stored on Google … Continu…

Meta-data Sync and Re-Sync Optimizations in v1906 of the Enterprise File Fabric

The File Fabric has two main modes of operation with regard to knowing what files are on a storage provider: cached mode and real-time mode.  In cached mode the File Fabric maintains, in its database, metadata about each file on the underlying storage.  As files are created, updated and deleted, the…

Using Rclone with the SME S3 Drive for Perfect Data Migrations

From time to time we get involved in helping a customer clone their data from one storage provider to another.  Rclone is our go-to tool for these exercises; it is free, fast and reliable. Good as Rclone is, it has its quirks, one of which is that it neither rclone sync nor rclone copy can … Continu…

Migrating Command Line Media Workflows and Scripted FTP to M-Stream accelerated File Transfer

A lot of prospects and customers who take a look at the File Fabric for Media are either using Scripted FTP or they have existing IP in their command line media workflows (scripted FTP generally refers to FTP that has custom scripts written to enable automation.). The great things about the M-Stream…
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Storage Made Easy Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Storage Made Easy founded?

    Storage Made Easy was founded in 2009.

  • Who are Storage Made Easy key executives?

    Storage Made Easy's key executives are David Roberts, Ian Osborne and Elvin Patrick.

  • How many employees does Storage Made Easy have?

    Storage Made Easy has 32 employees.

  • What is Storage Made Easy revenue?

    Latest Storage Made Easy annual revenue is £46.5 k.

  • What is Storage Made Easy revenue per employee?

    Latest Storage Made Easy revenue per employee is £1.5 k.

  • Who are Storage Made Easy competitors?

    Competitors of Storage Made Easy include Kony, Moovweb and Socrata.

  • Where is Storage Made Easy headquarters?

    Storage Made Easy headquarters is located at Mulgrave Chambers 26 Mulgrave Rd, Sutton.

  • Where are Storage Made Easy offices?

    Storage Made Easy has an office in Sutton.

  • How many offices does Storage Made Easy have?

    Storage Made Easy has 1 office.