Genie9 is a commercial developer of backup and cloud software solutions that was established in 2010. It has since been an internationally renowned company with the introduction of simple yet robust backup solutions, going on to win many awards. Since then, Genie9 has been one of the top leaders in its industry.
Zoolz Intelligent is a cloud backup service powered by artificial intelligence. It's designed to help companies automatically protect, and structure Terabytes and Petabytes of files.
They have award winning backup products which provide seamless data and disaster recovery for home, pro and SMBs desktop, laptops and servers to local storage.
The company started in Jordan and has now moved everything to the UK (IPs, HQ, and Business Development). Genie9 designs, develops, and markets their storage management and disaster recovery solutions. Additionally, they provide backup solutions to service providers. Some of Genie9's clients include NASA, Marriott, Siemens, Philips, the BBC and Columbia University.
Genie9's edge is in its introduction of simple solutions to complicated problems with sleek, clear interfaces and intuitive wizard-based functionalities. Genie9 is also the developing company responsible for the very successful "G Cloud Backup" Android application.
Their solutions offer the following:
Automatic system cleanses to delete obsolete files and save space
Protection level to indicate how well the backup is doing
'Go back in time' option for you to restore files you may not want to delete
The ability to view your Timeline by new, modified and deleted files
Genie9 is now looking to enhance their R&D whilst simultaneously investing in marketing and sales. Globally, most of the sales are from the US and Japan. They have released a new market disruptive technology called Intelligent Cloud, for which they have already signed huge deals in the past 2 months.
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"Zoolz Intelligent is a cloud backup service powered by artificial intelligence. It's designed to help companies automatically protect, and structure Terabytes and Petabytes of files."
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