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December 19, 2014- Backup 2014 included breakups as Symantec divorced itself, acquisition as EMC picked up cloud-to-cloud backup and additions as Hitachi Data Systems got into disk backup.
December 19, 2014- The consumerization of IT is making some end customers feel more empowered than ever to take IT matters into their own hands rather than seek the help of IT solution providers. This is especially true when it comes to cloud services.
December 17, 2014- MSPmentor sat down with Intronis Digital Marketing Director Richard Delahaye to learn more about how channel partners can win some new gadgets this holiday season from the Boston-based backup and data protection solutions provider. Here’s what we found out.
December 11, 2014- Most companies rely on a set of quantifiable measures — key performance indicators — to gauge how well they’re doing. But the effective use of KPIs requires asking hard questions, starting with how do you determine what to measure? At the recent MIT Sloan CFO Summit, a panel of experienced finance leaders from emerging, midmarket and large companies discussed best practices for identifying, interpreting and deploying KPIs.
November 26, 2014- The fact that you have so many customers who are not currently using your business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) solutions and services must mean that they all have their data backup figured out, right? If your target market includes SMBs, that assumption is far from reality.
November 20, 2014- There are several types of threats beyond natural disasters that can result in data loss. And, even those customers who are a bit more tech-savvy and invest in automated backup systems that allow them to “set it and forget it” are no match for one of the biggest threats to their data: human error.
October 31, 2014 – One way or another end users are going to transfer files to and from mobile computing devices. Organizations have finally come to terms with this and want to provide their employees with file sync capability. The problem is that they don’t necesarily want to deploy and manage it. This has spawned two data protection companies to step in to help, creating a significant opportunity for MSPs.
October 31, 2014 – Listed in this article are the key tactics that some of the more savvy IT service providers are using to find success when selling storage. By removing storage as a standalone item on your line cards and following these three guidelines you can not only help your own business but better fulfill the needs of your customers. Article by Intronis VP of Sales, Rob Merklinger.
October 29, 2014 – When it comes to leads, referrals can be some of the best you will ever get. Having the benefit of someone talking up how good your company is and the expertise you have is priceless. IT service providers relying solely on referrals will typically have a tough time finding a great deal of growth. In this article by Intronis CMO Aaron Dun, you will learn the 5 tips our partners from our best performing partners to help you maximize marketing potential.
October 24, 2014 – Backup venders are increasingly seeing file sync-and-share as a good fit for their backup solution. Intronis joins this already crowded market with the introduction of Intronis ECHOshare. Aaron Dun, Intronis CMO on the vision behind the product, “We saw an opportunity to come to market with a tool optimized for channel partners because of the user interface, security and the ability to manage accounts from any location.”
October 15, 2014 – In a recently published study, IDC estimated that almost half of U.S. enterprises with more than 1,000 employees either formally or informally adopted file sync-and-share solutions by the end of 2013. The sync-and-share market is forecast to grow to $2.3 billion worldwide by 2018, according to IDC.
October 15, 2014 – Intronis has released a file sync and share offering called ECHOshare for channel partners to resell to their small and medium business customers. Intronis ECHOshare isn’t made to compete with companies like Dropbox and Huddle. It instead, was created in the hope that channel partners will switch to it from existing solutions to ECHOshare, which complies with HIPAA, SSAE-16 and PCI DSS.
October 15, 2014 -“Though news headlines as of late are filled with cyber-attacks and data leaks, many small business owners are under the false impression that these have nothing to do with them. But in the increasingly mobile workforce of today, this is a common misconception,” Chuck DeLouis, vice president of product management at Intronis on the importance of employing a secure file sharing solution like Intronis ECHOshare.
October 15, 2014 – Intronis has launched a product designed to provide small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) with a secure file-sharing tool that is integrated with disaster recovery. Intronis ECHOshare includes features like centralized management and permission based access, and remote wipe capabilities that enable IT to clear data off of lost or hacked devices.
October 15, 2014 – Sharing files among employees can be difficult for any business,These approaches can put data at risk and also cause problems for support staff. Backup and disaster recovery specialist Intronis has a new solution to help businesses share files safely in the form of ECHOshare.
Intronis Unveils ECHOshare Cloud-Based File Sync and Collaboration Solution to Secure and Simplify Data Sharing for SMBs
October 15, 2014 – “The need for reliable, secure and scalable enterprise-grade collaboration technology is growing among SMBs and bringing forward a golden opportunity for VARs and MSPs to add even greater value to their managed cloud services portfolio,” says Neal Bradbury, Intronis Co-Founder and VP of Channel Development, in this article.
September 30, 2014 – There is some debate around the way software is ranked by companies like Gartner Magic Quadrant and Forrester Wave. This article features industry experts, including Intronis CMO, Aaron Dun, who provide different views on the subject.
September 25, 2014 – The U.S. economy suffers a nearly $1.3 trillion productivity loss each year, according to a recent study. To combat this issue, we have reached out to IT channel leaders for advice. Here are their five tips to streamline your business and become more productive.
September 20, 2014 – According to the National Federation of Independent Business, about 30 percent of small businesses will experience some sort of natural disaster. Often times businesses fail to prepare themselves properly, leading to the catastrophe of having to rebuild from the ground up. Listed here are the most important things to keep in mind to ensure the safety of your company’s data.
September 2014 – Neal Bradbury spoke with TechTarget about the growing importance of secure file sync-and-share capabilities for all businesses and announced our planned launch of ECHOshare, Intronis’ fully compliant file sharing product, in Q4.
September 16, 2014 – September is “National Disaster Preparedness Month,” and Mobile Enterprise’s Editor in Chief Lori Castle contacted Chuck DeLouis, Intronis VP of product management, for his advice on DR concerns specific to mobile devices.
September 10, 2014 – As telecommuting grows, organizations have fallen back on email to share documents and collaborate, but not without problems. As a fix, many are turning to the cloud and file sync and share apps. Neal Bradbury offers four must-have features for selecting a cloud collaboration solution that meets the needs of your customers.
September 3, 2014 – Jeff Wargo, general manager at the Eastern Yacht Club in Marblehead, MA, didn’t count on the unthinkable to happen when he considered some IT changes for his business. Wargo contracted with Pete Peterson, co-founder and vice president of sales for the managed services provider Internet and Telephone. As part of his recommended upgrades, Peterson encouraged Wargo to back up all of his company’s data to a private cloud through Intronis. 10 months later, disaster struck.
August 22, 2014 – In this interview with Channel Partners’ Craig Galbraith at CompTIA ChannelCon 2014, the team from Intronis talks about their new bare metal recovery solution and how their new unlimited pricing plan is shaking up the backup/recovery sector.
August 15, 2014 – Intronis, Inc. announced Bare Metal Restore (BMR) is available as part of its ECHOplatform and flat-fee unlimited cloud and unlimited local storage pricing plan.
August 14, 2014 – BMR is a technology that never had the enormous buzz of other technologies such as deduplication. However the adoption and growth of BMR has been impressive and fast.
August 12, 2014 – The update allows recovery to a replacement machine to address total system failure or a select point-in-time to resolve for data corruption.
August 12, 2014 – Intronis launched a complete Bare Metal Restore (BMR) as part of its new Intronis ECHOplatform and flat-fee unlimited cloud and unlimited local storage pricing plan.
August 12, 2014 – Intronis, a provider of backup and data protection solutions for the IT channel, has launched a complete Bare Metal Restore (BMR) solution that is available as part of its new Intronis ECHOplatform.
August 11, 2014 – Backup and data protection specialist Intronis has added Bare Metal Restore (BMR) as part of its new Intronis ECHOplatform and flat-fee unlimited cloud and unlimited local storage pricing plan, available via channel partners.
August 5, 2014 – Intronis, Inc., a provider of world-class backup and data protection solutions for the IT channel, today announced complete Bare Metal Restore (BMR) is now available as part of its new Intronis ECHOplatform and flat-fee unlimited cloud and unlimited local storage pricing plan.
August 4, 2014 – Bare Metal Restore is now available as part of Intronis’ new ECHOplatform, offering complete physical-to-physical bare metal recovery and physical-to-virtual Bare Metal Restore recovery options for greater flexibility and performance.
August 4, 2014 – Intronis’ new cloud-based backup platform now automates bare-metal restore for channel partners.
August 4, 2014 – Intronis on Monday introduced a new version of its ECHOplatform data protection software that now includes bare metal restore capability.
August 4, 2014 – Backup specialist Intronis has announced that it’s integrating Bare Metal Restore into its ECHOplatform for small and medium businesses, which offers a flat-fee unlimited cloud and local storage pricing model.
July 31, 2014 – There are two primary reasons end users sign up for managed services contracts: They want less downtime, and they want predictable monthly IT expenses. If an MSP can’t address both needs, it’s going to remain stuck in the break-fix world.
July 30, 2014 – When it comes to selling managed services, most managed services providers (MSPs) understand the benefits to the customers — less downtime, more scalability, and predictable monthly IT costs, all for a fair price. Where many MSPs struggle is predicting how much time they’re going to invest in monitoring and troubleshooting customers’ IT assets and then establishing a monthly price based on that estimate.
July 27, 2014 – Practically every kind of business service imaginable can now be outsourced quickly and fairly easily to an Web-based provider. Of course, there are best practices for porting your data and processes to the Cloud, and failure to abide by them can incur serious long-term ramifications. So listen to this episode of DM Radio to hear Host Eric Kavanagh interview several industry leaders, including Stan Swete of Workday, Chuck DeLouis of Intronis, and Hannah Smalltree of Treasure Data.
July 14, 2014 – Intronis CEO Rick Faulk told Talkin’ Cloud that the company is moving away from the storage business and toward the software market. Among the offerings on the company’s roadmap are a file sync and share service and bare metal restore. Here are the details.
July 14, 2014 – The IT channel exists because businesses — especially SMBs — have a difficult time keeping up with the demands of IT. Yet with the growing adoption of cloud computing, some industry pundits are questioning where the channel fits.
July 8, 2014 – Last December, the cybersecurity world was introduced to Cryptolocker, a malware responsible for encrypting files stored on network drives. The platform has since resurfaced as headlines warn of phishing attacks disguised as “decryption tools,” claiming to restore access to files infected by Cryptolocker. Many have fallen victim to these copycat attacks and paid for the bogus software in recent weeks.
June 13, 2014 – The platform allows channel partners to standardize, customize and scale their storage solution to fit the needs of the customer.
June 13, 2014 – Intronis, Inc. announced the ECHOplatform. Purpose-built for IT service providers, the platform serves as the foundation of the company’s data protection and business recovery solution.
June 13, 2014 – Intronis, a cloud backup and recovery provider, has ended its per-gigabyte storage pricing model for its IT Channel partners who are starting to feel the brunt of the pricing war between heavyweight cloud providers like Amazon and Google.
Intronis Introduces New Backup And Disaster Recovery Platform With Fixed-Fee Pricing, Partner Resources
June 13, 2014 – Cloud backup and data recovery company Intronis has had a busy week, announcing a new platform, fixed-fee pricing model and partner enablement resources.
June 13, 2014 – The pricing of storage has always been somewhat problematic. Storage vendors would charge a significant markup over the basic price of hard drive. Customers would then visit their local store only to discover that the cost per Gigabyte for a hard drive was substantially less. Even allowing for the investment storage vendors make in software and controllers, many customers felt they were being take advantage of by storage vendors and their channel partners.
June 10, 2014 – Channel-exclusive cloud backup and recovery vendor Intronis Inc. today announced a new fixed pricing model for the new Intronis ECHOplatform.
June 9, 2014 – Data backup platform provider Intronis is unifying its product elements under a single brand, the Intronis Echo Platform, and offering a new disruptive pricing model that provides unlimited cloud storage per SMB for on fixed monthly price.
June 9, 2014 – Intronis, a provider of backup and data protection technology, has introduced a flat-fee, unlimited cloud and unlimited local storage price plan geared toward small-to-mid-size businesses, CMO Aaron Dun told TechRadar Pro. Dun said he believes the plan will change the way businesses approach data management and protection.
June 9, 2014 – Intronis, which makes cloud and virtualized backup for IT service providers who serve the SMB market, is making two major announcements tomorrow which the company believes will have a radical effect on its marketplace.
June 9, 2014 – Cloud solutions company Intronis Inc. is rolling out a new cloud backup and data protection platform for IT service providers and is replacing its per gigabyte storage pricing model with a flat fee unlimited cloud and unlimited storage pricing plan.