For managed service providers (MSPs) looking to put break/fix services in the rear-view mirror, new applications and cloud-based storage options have unlocked opportunities for agility and growth — and new challenges.
The natural answer to these new technologies is to develop customized technology stacks. And, while it may seem like a great way to deliver a unique customer experience, it eventually comes at the cost of growing your business and delivering the high standards expected of customer service.
In this report, we’ll outline market research that demonstrates how you can unlock business and service benefits when you standardize your technology stack:
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In this Frost & Sullivan Stratecast Perspectives & Insight for Executives report, cloud and managed service providers (CSPs and MSPs) get a specialized view into the features and functionality of Veeam® Availability Suite™ that make it uniquely suited for service delivery.
“The beauty of the Veeam product suite is that it not only meets a critical customer need, but offers an attractive platform for the MSP community. It recognizes the complex ecosystem that exists between cloud service providers, MSPs, resellers and customers and offers a solution that can meet a variety of different customers’ needs.”
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Veeam® introduced the concept of a recycle bin for customers sending off-site cloud backups to Veeam Cloud & Service Provider (VCSP) partners using Veeam Cloud Connect with the release of Veeam Backup & Replication™ 9.5 Update 3. This deleted backup protection, or insider protection, allows the VCSP partner to enable the deleted backup protection option for specific tenants. It also looks to add another level of data security for cloud-based backups in the case of a malicious user gaining access to the Veeam Backup & Replication console, or in the case of accidental deletion by an administrator.
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Cloud computing is being widely adopted by small-to-medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and enterprises across all industries. Health care is no exception. The rapid digitization of the industry is outpacing the ability of legacy systems and infrastructures to accommodate and manage the increasing amount of clinical and research data. Health care is experiencing unprecedented digital disruption, and organizations that fail to fully embrace the cloud in a timely manner will soon find themselves at a serious competitive disadvantage.
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