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Druva Appoints New Managed Service Provider Partners To Support EMEA Market Growth
New partners in UK, Benelux and South Africa expand availability of cloud-based converged data protection services
Druva, the leader in converged data protection, today announced that the company has appointed five new Managed Service Provider (MSP) partners in EMEA, offering customers in the UK, South Africa, the Netherlands and Belgium access to its market-leading Cloud-based data protection and governance platform. Using Druva’s dedicated PartnerSync programme and MSP management service, the new partners will offer data protection and governance services for their customers’ mobile and distributed data, including data hosted in Cloud services such as Office 365.
The new partners are:
- AnylinQ – a data management consultancy based in the Netherlands and one of the leading suppliers of managed services to companies in the Benelux region. AnylinQ customers include FD Media Group, Dutch Broadcasting Foundation and Roba Group.
- BinaryCloud – a new Cloud service provider based in Belgium and serving customers based across the Benelux region. Using Druva, BinaryCloud will offer backup, recovery and archiving services to its customers.
- Gabsten Technologies – a leading data protection and management company based in South Africa. Gabsten has chosen Druva to expand its range of Cloud-based data protection services for customers across Africa.
- LAN2LAN – one of the UK’s leading IT infrastructure and networking companies, LAN2LAN has been supporting customers for more than 20 years. Customers include the likes of John Lewis Partnership, Virgin Trains, Balfour Beatty and GDF SUEZ Energy International. The company’s new LAN2LAN Assist service includes converged data protection products based on Druva inSync.
- ORIIUM – this service provider based in Yorkshire, UK offers a range of services to partners including disaster recovery, business continuity and infrastructure as a service. The company is expanding its range of Cloud-based edge services through working with Druva.
“Data protection requirements are evolving as companies make more use of Cloud computing and employees seek to work where it suits them to be, rather than solely in the office. This means that traditional data protection tools are no longer fit for purpose,” commented Rick Powles, Vice President EMEA at Druva. “Providing a comprehensive data availability and governance solution for customers can help MSPs fill the gaps that are developing in their customers’ data protection strategies. As more companies evolve their IT strategies to make use of Cloud and mobile, Druva can provide partners with the right tools to help customers ensure their data is protected and remains compliant, wherever and whenever it is created.”
Gary Duke, Sales Director and Founder at LAN2LAN, commented, “We are seeing great interest from our clients in using LAN2LAN Assist Druva MSP services to manage their daily data protection priorities. However, we are also extremely pleased to see how Druva is listening to our feedback around how to develop new capabilities as well. This ability to collaborate with Druva supports us in scaling up our business based on providing converged data protection solutions to our customers.”
Dennis Kuipers, CEO at AnylinQ said, “AnylinQ is pleased to enter into partnership with Druva as we can now offer the industry’s top-rated data availability and governance solutions for the mobile and distributed enterprise markets in the Benelux region. AnylinQ can now provide transparent collection of enterprise data across end-user devices and cloud services, including Office 365. This enables us to deliver backup and recovery, archiving, data leak prevention, as well as data governance capabilities for our customers wherever their employees are based around the world.”
“The market for Cloud solutions around backup, data governance and compliance is growing rapidly in South Africa, but many of our competitors are only focused on the data centre. In working with Druva, we are the first company in South Africa that has expanded our Cloud services to extend to our customers’ endpoint data protection requirements. This partnership with Druva will enable us to deliver best of breed endpoint data protection solutions to our customers,” said Iniel Dreyer, Managing Director at Gabsten.
Chris Kiaie, Managing Director at ORIIUM commented, “Our alliance with Druva will enable us to deliver our go-to MSP platform, Cloud Dynamix - CX:inSync, to our large network of UK channel partners. This will provide our partners with scalable endpoint data governance solutions for their customers, while giving ORIIUM an exciting growth opportunity which delivers genuine value."
Druva has expanded its MSP channel programme in EMEA in response to market demand and to complement its traditional channel initiatives across Europe. Druva has also recently launched a dedicated partner portal for MSPs alongside a new management platform for running converged data protection services for customers based on the public Cloud. Working with MSPs, Druva can offer full data backup and governance services using Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure public Cloud instances around the world, ensuring that customers can get the benefits of data protection faster and more affordably than using traditional solutions or other MSP service offerings.
Druva is the leader in converged data protection, bringing data-center class availability and governance to the mobile and distributed enterprise. With a single dashboard for backup, availability and governance, Druva’s award-winning solutions minimize network impact and are transparent to users. As the industry's fastest growing data protection provider, Druva is trusted by over 3,000 global organizations on over 3 million devices. Learn more at www.druva.com and join the conversation at twitter.com/druvainc.