Ninefold has negotiated a deal with US based Oxygen Cloud, which will see the Oxygen cloud platform sit on a data centre in Australia, and be used to manage data stored in Ninefold's cloud.
Initially targeted at medium businesses with 100 plus seats, Mr James said that a consumer version of the system was also in the pipeline.
For $12,000 a year, plus $5,000 set up costs, users of the system will have access to 100 seat licence. They will then have to pay $92 per terabyte per month stored in Ninefold's storage cloud.
A 250 seat licence is available for $24,000 a year, plus costs.
At time of writing no pricing details are available on the small business and consumer version of the system, although Mr James said that was likely to be released within a month.