Spanning Cloud Apps Moves to New Downtown Austin Headquarters

 

 

 

 

AUSTIN, TEXAS, July 18, 2013 – Spanning Cloud Apps, Inc., creators of the powerful, enterprise-class data protection solution Spanning Backup for Google Workspace, moved their headquarters to a new office space in downtown Austin.  Located at 823 Congress Avenue, the new space is 11,200 square feet, 8,000 square feet larger than their former location at 714 Congress Avenue.

“We absolutely need more space as we build-out the team. This is a great location for us in the heart of downtown Austin—and all the creative energy that comes along with it,” said Charlie Wood, founder and chief executive officer, Spanning.

The move is part of Spanning’s intensive growth. The company recently announced a $6 million Series B round of funding in March, and new hires Jonathan Windham, Brooke Botros and Mat Hamlin joined the team in May as director of marketing, director of sales and director of product management respectively.  By the end of 2013, Spanning anticipates more than doubling its staff to 50.

Spanning Backup provides backup and recovery of the complete Google Workspace suite: Gmail, Drive, Sites, Calendar and Contacts.  The solution features a secure cloud-to-cloud environment for protecting Google Workspace data and SSAE 16 Type II audited processes that ensure its integrity.  Spanning also provides constant monitoring of data backup, allowing administrators to correct issues before they become problems.

 

About Spanning Cloud Apps, Inc.

Founded in 2010 and headquartered in Austin, Texas, Spanning was created with a singular purpose – to help companies protect and manage their information in the cloud. The company provides powerful, reliable, enterprise-class data protection for all Google Workspace: Gmail, Drive, Sites, Calendars and Contacts.

The top-rated backup solution on the Google Workspace Marketplace, Spanning Backup is the most reliable and respected cloud-to-cloud backup solution for IT decision-makers.


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