Many businesses and service providers (SPs) are looking for ways to leverage cloud based backup solutions. For businesses, backing up data into the cloud represents a cost-effective way to manage the day-to-day task of protecting critical business data. For service providers, cloud backup technology presents an opportunity to gain new customers and increase their revenue.
Published By: Intronis
Published Date: Nov 18, 2013
This report, based on exclusive research, examines the ways in which solution providers have integrated cloud-based backup and recovery into their offerings and the effect these BCDR solutions have on overall business performance. It also looks at the ways MSPs can learn from peer experience to circumvent common obstacles and energize cloud BCDR practices.
Veeam® Cloud Connect is an easy, efficient way for your customers to get backups offsite. More specifically, Veeam Cloud Connect helps customers avoid catastrophic data loss by keeping their backups in a service-provider infrastructure provided by you! This document explains how your customers will reap immediate benefit from using Veeam Cloud Connect and how you will increase sales opportunities and revenue by selling it.
Published By: Carbonite
Published Date: Jan 16, 2014
Losing your computers doesn’t have to disrupt your business if you take advantage of the cloud. Solutions like automatic cloud-based backup and collaboration applications allow you to access your data any time from any number of devices.
Yet if you’re like many owners of small-to medium-sized businesses, you may wonder what the “cloud” is and what it can do for your business.
Published By: Carbonite
Published Date: Jan 16, 2014
If you are a Value Added Reseller (VAR), you know your business is changing fast as cloud services are replacing legacy deliverables, such as hardware and software. The reasons are clear: the cloud offers better, cheaper, and more stable services than the functionality it is replacing. And, the cloud is growing; by the end of 2013, the size of the cloud computing market will be about $150 billion (Gartner, 2010).
Online backup (OLB) is a particularly good entry to cloud services, because it is easy to sell, deploy and manage, keeps you connected to your clients and provides them with a vital, potentially business-saving service.
Cloud backup and recovery services present a strong growth opportunity for solution providers, including increased monthly recurring revenue, customer satisfaction, differentiation and/or market expansion. It can serve as a core business model or be complementary to a broader range of cloud services.
Cloud backup is increasingly the preferred data protection option for many organizations. Many have already made the move or are carefully considering moving data protection to a private, public, or hybrid cloud. As a Solution Provider, making the right choice in selecting a cloud backup vendor is critical to your success delivering cloud backup services to your customers. This guide will help you choose a cloud backup platform that meets the needs of your customers.
In order to keep up with a dramatically changing IT landscape, many value added resellers (VARs), large and small, are considering becoming managed service providers (MSP). A logical first step for these organizations is to provide backup as a service.
Asigra Cloud Backup is a robust, multi-tenant data protection offering built exclusively for Managed Service Providers. The solution has enabled MSPs to provide enterprise class backup and recovery services to their customers worldwide.
In order to keep up with a dramatically changing IT landscape, many value added resellers (VARs), large and small, are considering becoming managed service providers
(MSP). A logical first step for these organizations is to provide backup as a service.
Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) presents a strong growth opportunity for Service Providers to increase monthly recurring revenue.
Gartner estimates the size of the DRaaS market to be approximately $1.3 billion, with a related compound annual growth rate of approximately 30%. By 2018, Gartner estimates that the size of the DRaaS market will exceed that of the market for more traditional subscription-based DR services.
Read this guide to learn the three crucial aspects of planning a successful DRaaS offering.
Market demand for cloud services is expected to triple over the next few years. According to Gartner by 2017, the number of enterprises using the cloud as a backup destination will double, up from 12% today and by 2019, there will be a 60% increase in the number of large enterprises eliminating tape for operational recovery.
Read this guide to learn how you can build an integrated marketing strategy for generating greater monthly recurring revenue.
Selling a comprehensive service that includes personnel, services and facilities to securely retrieve data and restore it quickly and efficiently, solve downtime problems and save money.
If you have been using the standard sell once/collect once model of licensing for hardware or software, shifting to a monthly recurring revenue model will require some planning and preparation.
Read this short guide to ensure your sales team gets behind the new offering, and optimize your team for greater monthly recurring revenue.
Published By: Infrascale
Published Date: Jan 09, 2015
Infrascale delivers the industry’s most complete Data Protection Platform today. From an easy-to-use dashboard, MSPs can efficiently manage their cloud backup, disaster recovery, data archiving and file sharing solutions. Our flexible platform protects data in multiple environments: the public cloud, private cloud or a hybrid cloud. Deployable across physical or virtual servers, workstations or mobile devices, Infrascale is the only solution MSPs need to deliver complete data protection to businesses of all sizes.