Heartland Business Systems (HBS), an established IT Services Provider began receiving requests from a growing number of its SMB customers for better protection of their data, with many wanting an automated solution that could free them from having to use tapes for backup.
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Heartland Business Systems Adopts Asigra Converged Data Protection Appliance for MSPs to Reduce Costs
Asigra just completed a survey of MSPs, asking them to reveal what they consider to be today’s top revenue opportunities; where they anticipate the greatest revenue growth in coming years; and more.
For two years running, Asigra has been named as a High Performer on the G2 Crowd Grid for Backup Software. High Performers earn this distinction by consistently maintaining high customer satisfaction scores based on user reviews submitted to the G2 Crowd website.
This is part of a series of interviews with Asigra Partners. In this post we’re talking with Chad Whaley from Echopath about his experiences and thoughts surrounding Office 365.
Highstreet IT Solutions, an IT outsourcing company was looking to expand into managed services with a new Cloud Division. In order to provide effective and dependable private cloud IT solutions, they required a cloud backup and recovery platform both flexible and powerful enough to protect any data source for their diverse number of clients across a wide range of industries.
How important is your website to your business? Businesses are becoming increasingly reliant on their websites for a wide range of reasons, including creating an online presence to build brand recognition, to provide information and interact with consumers, and to execute sales transactions.
Today, we have over 6 billion smart devices, mostly smartphones and TVs that are connected to the Internet. Smart devices like these are called the Internet of Things (IoT) and there’s going to be a whole lot more of them soon.
How TIG captured revenue faster with the help of Asigra Cloud Backup software and Zadara Storage services
With cloud services representing one of the fastest growing revenue sources for UK-based managed service provider TIG, they quickly became interested in this new business opportunity.
As more and more organizations increasingly move workloads to the cloud new opportunities are being generated for Managed Service Providers (MSPs) who offer cloud backup services. The data migration to the cloud presents a real opportunity for the channel to monetize the cloud by driving new recurring revenue through service offerings.
According to Gartner, by 2020, 50% of business users will employ cloud-based office systems. As customers shift their data and workloads to cloud platforms such as AWS and Microsoft Azure, Managed Service Providers can take advantage of this opportunity to drive revenue by offering services that address the growing need of managing data in the cloud.