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365 Data Centers Offers Data Protection Services Through Veeam

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365 Data Centers now is offering its data protection services through Veeam as a Silver Veeam Cloud and Service Provider (VCSP) partner.

365 Data Centers now offers its own private enterprise backup-as-a-service (BaaS) across its high-speed, low latency U.S.-based network.

365 Data Centers' Jeff Slapp

365 Data Centers’ Jeff Slapp

“We’re proud to partner with Veeam to provide our clients with the industry’s leading BaaS product,” said Jeff Slapp, 365 Data Centers’ vice president of cloud services and support. “We employ systems that ensure the best possible integrity and recoverability of our clients’ mission critical data. Plus, our BaaS adheres to strict data retention policies that many companies must follow to stay compliant. In today’s business climate, there are few things more important than rapid and reliable access to company data, so we’re staying ahead of the curve on data integrity.”

365 Data Centers helps clients maintain the 3-2-1 rule: three copies of your data on two different types of media with one backup at an offsite location, according to the company.

“365 Data Centers are true professionals in delivering best-in-class cloud and managed services, and as a silver member of the VCSP program, the company now offers the best-of-breed data protection and availability solutions in the industry,” said Matt Kalmenson, Veeam’s vice president of cloud and service provider sales. “365 clients can now achieve hyper-availability for all of their virtual, physical and cloud-based workloads. With a single console, they can manage fast, flexible and reliable backup, recovery and replication of all their applications and data.”

In June, Channel Partners reported that 365 Data Centers hired Tony Franchi, previously a senior channel manager at CenturyLink, as senior vice president of sales and marketing.


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