After hearing I could migrate my clients without having to purchase all new hardware appliances, the decision was easy. With the eFolder BDR Rescue Program, I will actually save money each month. I wish I had made this change sooner.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 27, 2011
In the wake of the recent bond default by BDR market share leader Zenith Infotech™, eFolder™ has introduced its BDR Rescue Program for concerned MSPs, solution providers, and VARs. Thousands of Zenith Infotech partners rely on the off-site backup services from Zenith to backup critical client data to the cloud. The eFolder BDR Rescue Program allows Zenith Infotech partners to migrate their off-site client data to the eFolder Storage Cloud without the need for a forklift upgrade of their existing hardware appliances installed at client locations. eFolder is also easing the financial burden of this data migration by offering incredible savings on the off-site storage costs, just $0.15 per GB per month for as long as the legacy Zenith Infotech appliances are backing up to the eFolder Storage Cloud.
"eFolder's BDR Rescue Program is truly unique," says Kevin Hoffman, CEO of eFolder. "With our open storage platform, eFolder is singularly positioned to allow Zenith Infotech partners to migrate their existing BDR data without the need to replace any on-site equipment or software, while also providing them a proven hardware and software BDR turn-key solution for new customers or existing customers who eventually replace their aging on-site appliances. We understand partners are in a very tough position, with managed service contracts that they are obligated to fulfill. Our BDR Rescue Program is the most economical exit path for Zenith Infotech partners by offering the lowest storage costs available for fully integrated ShadowProtect™ aware cloud backups, and minimizing labor costs by not requiring partners to rip and replace hardware or software."
The BDR Rescue Program is also available to Datto™ partners that have Datto Viridian appliances installed in the field. Interested MSPs, solution providers, and VARs must sign up as an eFolder partner at the Gold level or above to qualify for the program.
"I have been dissatisfied with my previous BDR provider for quite some time," says Fred Reck, President, InnoTek Computer Consulting, Inc. (http://www.consultinnotek.com) "After hearing I could migrate my clients without having to purchase all new hardware appliances, the decision was easy. With the eFolder BDR Rescue Program, I will actually save money each month. I wish I had made this change sooner."
The eFolder BDR Rescue Program is available now to qualified MSPs, solution providers, and VARs. The eFolder BDR Rescue Program includes:
Data migration: allows partners to point their existing Zenith Infotech and Datto Viridian BDR off-site backups to the eFolder Storage Cloud.
No forklift upgrade: preserves a partners previous investments and keep the existing BDR appliance and imaging software in place.
Incredible savings: all data uploaded to the eFolder Storage Cloud is priced at a flat $0.15/GB/month, no matter how long the partner keeps the legacy BDR appliance in place.
Interested partners can visit http://www.efolder.net/rescue to sign up with eFolder and get full program details.
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