Data protection software suppliers have seen a great rise in demand the past two years with the growth of cloud-native applications, the need to backup data remotely and the rise in ransomware attacks.
Redstor is a software-as-a-service business providing backup and recovery software for data spanning on-premises, cloud-native and SaaS (News - Alert) environments within a single application. The SaaS applications protected through Redstor include Google Workspace, Microsoft 365, Salesforce and Xero.
Backup is made simpler and safer through Redstor because of the AI and machine learning built into the solution. The solution was designed to have minimal human intervention throughout its daily management as cloud backups run to an automated schedule.
With Redstar, MSPs can:
- Eliminate downtime: Reduce the impact of security incidents, human error and hardware failure.
- Have instant data recovery: Gain immediate access to critical data with online backup solutions whether it’s on-premises, in the cloud, or a hybrid model.
- Stream data: Redstor ensures rapid streaming of backup and restore.
- Deploy their way: Borderless visibility of all critical data from one control center.
- Have Centralized control: View and manage cloud and on-premise data in the same place if opted to protect Microsoft (News - Alert) 365 and Google Suite data, too.
“If your business were to experience an attack, whether it is ransomware or something internal, you will need something to fall back on. Redstor can provide that solution,” said Heidi Coerlin, director of partner alliances, Redstor, at ITEXPO 2022.
Redstor pricing is based on the amount of data selected for backup and archiving. What your protect is what you pay for. The solution includes multiple copies of data in secure data centers, 24/7 support, disaster recovery functionality, service set-up and secure local copy of backup data.
Redstor will enable MSPs to protect their customer data on day one with no requirement for hardware and zero upfront costs. It’s an opportunity for MSPs to leverage the demand for data protection services and increase their MRR.
Edited by Erik Linask