How to Increase Your Revenue by Offering a Cloud Backup & Recovery Service

According to Gartner, by 2015 more than 60% of enterprises will have suffered material loss of sensitive corporate data via mobile devices. Added to this, Aberdeen Group research stated 32% of organizations have experienced data loss in SaaS-based applications. Can you help ensure the 60% and 32% respectively are protected and their laptops, tablets, smartphones and SaaS-based applications such as Salesforce.com are backed up? Attend this complimentary webinar to learn how you can deliver a profitable turnkey cloud backup and recovery service leveraging best in class cloud backup and recovery software that provides a single, integrated approach to data protection. Its complete range of tools and capabilities ensure you can securely protect more data while using less network and storage resources, without having to deploy multiple point solutions.

With a low cost to entry, you could be increasing your total addressable market by offering a cloud backup service to your customers and prospects within weeks. As the volume of data continues to grow on both mobile devices and SaaS-based applications, there is no better time to deploy a cloud backup service that has the ability to perform fast, efficient, and secure backups of all types and locations.

In this live webcast, Tina Stewart, Business Development & Pavan Vyas, Product Marketing Manager, describe how service providers powered by Asigra enable quick backup and recovery times of the entire digital footprint through intuitive wizards and options.

Attend this complimentary webinar to hear Asigra discuss:

  • Get started offering a NIST FIPS 140-2 certified cloud backup and recovery service quickly and easily
  • Improve your security through agentless backup software and multi-tenant support
  • Leverage the software to scale your cloud backup business by offering flexibility in how you protect data – file-based or image-based, physical or virtual environments, from servers to smartphones and across all hardware and software platforms – so you won't be forced into making compromises.

Who should attend:

  • Enterprise organizations
  • Business Owners and Decision Makers
  • CEO's, VP Technology and VP Business Development

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