enStratus goes global; 80 percent of new cloud customers from outside U.S.

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By Dan Haugen, The Line

“Minneapolis-based enStratus helps companies manage their cloud-computing activities. Cloud computing is a term for using data or applications that are stored online rather than on a desktop computer’s hard drive.

“In 2010, what we’ve done is managed to become a global business,” says George Reese, the company’s founder and chief technology officer. And he has numbers to back it up. As of mid-August, 80 percent of the company’s new customers this year have been from outside of the United States. A year ago, enStratus didn’t have any non-domestic customers.”

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