Carbonite Helps Resellers and MSPs Add Resilience to Customer Environments

Disaster Recovery as a Managed Service - Carbonite E-book

Businesses can’t afford to go it alone when it comes to data loss prevention.

The cost and consequences of data loss are too steep to take a chance on homegrown data protection. When you consider that a data loss incident could lead to lost productivity, damaged reputation and regulatory fines, you can see why data protection is mission critical for today’s businesses.

The idea of remotely managed IT services has drawn interest beyond the traditional enterprise business segment, appealing to a larger share of small and midsize business (SMBs). Accelerated by the global health crisis, the use of Managed Services Providers (MSPs) is a direct response to the shift toward remote work and collaboration.

However, the security issues associated with office networks have not disappeared, quite the contrary. Data protection, disaster recovery and business continuity remain vulnerabilities for a majority of companies.

MSPs are on the front lines of deploying, managing and securing data protection environments. The demand for these services opens the door to specialists who can address the lack of internal resources among SMBs and enterprises that would rather outsource these services.

While customer environments and infrastructures continue to evolve, MSPs are seeing new opportunities to expand their services. Capitalizing on these opportunities will require not only new capabilities and expertise, but also commercial and technological partnerships with suppliers.

Whether you’re a long-tenured MSP or just getting into the market, Carbonite and Webroot, OpenText companies, are ideally positioned to help facilitate the growth and diversification of the managed security services you seek to deliver.

In our latest ebook, we explain why many businesses turn to service providers to help them protect their valuable server data as well as how MSPs can capitalize on this opportunity.

Download the latest E-book and learn about the technology and resources available to grow your business.

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