Continuum Releases "The MSPs Guide to Backup and Disaster Recovery" eBook

Posted July 27, 2016by Ben Barker

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Continuum has added another eBook to its wide array of free, downloadable resources for MSPs. "The MSPs Guide to Backup and Disaster Recovery" is a 46-page comprehensive eBook designed to help MSPs capitalize on the lucrative backup and disaster recovery (BDR) opportunity.

The eBook focuses on important considerations and requirements that service providers should deliberate when developing modern BDR offerings and explains how MSPs can help SMB customers to embrace the era of cloud business continuity for reliable storage, backup and recoverability services.

Michael George, CEO at Continuum, had this to say about the BDR opportunity for MSPs.

 

“The rapidly-expanding, highly-lucrative opportunities for MSPs are transforming their businesses by evolving beyond traditional hardware-centric offsite backup solutions to offer software-defined, cloud-based business continuity and disaster recovery services. At Continuum, it’s our solemn commitment and humble privilege to contribute to the success of the IT channel through continuous innovation and education. We hope this book serves as a valuable asset to MSPs as they seek to further expand opportunities in the backup and disaster recovery market.”


Continuum's Continuity247® platform is directly supported by more than 650 technicians at Continuum’s Network Operations Center (NOC), which means service providers can substantially extend their workforce and breadth of expertise.


To download the BDR eBook, visit: 
https://page.continuum.net/ebook-business-continuity-the-msps-guide-to-backup-and-disaster-recovery.

For more information on Continuity247, visit: https://www.continuum.net/products/backup-and-disaster-recovery.

 

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