Boston, MA (PRWEB) May 17, 2011
Responding to a recently published report from Gartner, NextVault CEO, Kevin Harris, announced today that the company is well prepared to service Iron Mountain data backup customers seeking alternative solution providers as a result of Iron Mountain’s decision to sell the digital business.
“Iron Mountain is a great company and the return of Richard Reese as CEO will no doubt return the company to its former prominence,” commented Bud Stoddard, NextVault Chairman. “The disposition of the digital business was brought about from pressures by shareholders to have the company return to its core competency.”
According to the recent report, Gartner recommended to IM customers that they:
“Prepare for a possible disruption in the delivery of support as staff losses may ensue,” and “Evaluate alternatives and prepare to transition to a new provider if you decide to exit your existing contract.”
With a thirteen year track record in hosted backup and recovery services at AmeriVault and now NextVault, Harris can assure IM clients that NextVault is eminently qualified to provide a seamless transition to his company.
“Data protection is critical and any disruption in backup services could result in irreparable harm to any business.” Harris cautioned. “It is far better to evaluate alternatives early than wait until after the acquisition when there could very well be a rush to convert.”
NextVault was formed in early 2010 by online data backup pioneers Kevin Harris and Bud Stoddard with the goal of delivering Value Based Data Protection to its customer.
NextVault is a leading provider of data backup, recovery, file and email archiving solutions. As an innovative service provider we offer comprehensive and affordable solutions to small, medium, and large sized businesses. Through our network of partners, resellers and data centers, NextVault promises secure online backup and fast access to data in the event of loss or disaster, tailored to the needs of any business in today’s uncertain world.