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Managed Backup Demands FTP, SFTP Support

Managed backup services need remote FTP and SFTP support across on-premises servers and hosted storage. Here's how CloudBerry Lab can help....More

MSPs and Backup: You Must Master Bare Metal Restores

To fully protect customer data, MSPs must offer bare metal restores in the cloud. CloudBerry Lab offers tips to get started....More

Managed Backup Meets Microsoft Windows Azure Storage

MSPs can now monetize and manage cloud-based backup and disaster recovery using Microsoft Windows Azure. The secret sauce involves CloudBerry Lab....More

File Sharing On Premises to the Cloud: Next Big MSP Opportunity

Thousands of MSPs are jumping into the cloud storage, backup and disaster recovery markets. Next, CloudBerry Lb says, MSPs must explore secure file....More

Managed Backup, Remote Management Must Converge

Most MSPs offer remote management capabilities. Many also offer backup services. Now, Cloudberry Lab says it's time to converge those two services to....More

Backing Up to Amazon Web Services: MSP Cloud Opportunity

How can MSPs back up customer data to Amazon Web Services? CloudBerry Lab's Managed Backup solution is the answer....More

Next MSP Backup Move: Microsoft Exchange Server

As MSPs expand beyond file-level backup, the big opportunity ahead is Microsoft Exchange Backup. CloudBerry Lab explains how to get started....More

Microsoft SQL Server Backup Market Is Calling MSPs

When it comes to the backup and disaster recovery market, it's time for managed services providers (MSPs) to focus on Microsoft SQL Server and other....More

Cloud Backup: MSPs Must Demand Choice - Amazon, Google & More

When it comes to backup and disaster recovery (BDR) services, many MSPs are locking their customer data in proprietary clouds managed by small....More
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