Arcserve, a data and ransomware protection provider, has announced the availability of its services to U.S. resellers and managed service providers (MSPs) through the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace. The offerings added to the Cloud Marketplace include Arcserve’s direct-to-cloud backup and disaster recovery services (BaaS/DRaaS).

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“Organizations are looking to offsite data protection services now, more than ever, to ease challenges associated with ransomware and larger data loss surfaces driven by the rapid wave of telecommuting,” said Clark Brown, Vice President of Channel Sales and Strategic Alliances at Arcserve.

The distribution agreement would make Arcserve Cloud Direct more accessible to solve data protection challenges related to telecommuting. It would also provide enhanced access for those with critical infrastructures that require near-zero data loss without the requirement of on-premises hardware.

“Organizations are looking to offsite data protection services now, more than ever, to ease challenges associated with ransomware and larger data loss surfaces driven by the rapid wave of telecommuting,” said Clark Brown, Vice President of Channel Sales and Strategic Alliances at Arcserve. “We’re excited to make Arcserve Cloud Direct more accessible in the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace to give partners and MSPs a convenient way to attain critical cloud-native capabilities in the way in which customers are buying.”

With Arcserve available in the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace, resellers and MSPs in the U.S. can:

  • Protect distributed data and support an increase in remote workers with recovery to and from anywhere with an Internet connection
  • Deploy and remotely manage all users and capabilities with a few clicks on a cloud-native console
  • Deliver high performance cloud recovery characteristics without on-premise hardware requirements
  • Ensure organizations keep running during an outage with sub five-minute recovery time and point objectives (RTOs/RPOs) – regardless of whether a single server has failed, or an entire environment has gone down

“We are very pleased to announce the availability of Arcserve’s cloud-native backup and disaster recovery services to our U.S. partners and MSPs, particularly given the new market conditions,” said Craig Weir, Director, Cloud Portfolio at Ingram Micro Cloud. “As more IT buyers are adjusting to our new normal, their purchasing is also changing whereby they are looking for usage-based, subscription models to meet increasingly tight budgets. Arcserve Cloud Direct fits the bill perfectly.”

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