dinCloud Selects Continuum's R1Soft Server Backup Manager for Continuous Data Protection

Posted September 22, 2016by Ben Barker


dinCloud, a cloud services provider, has selected Continuum's R1Soft® Server Backup Manager (SBMto provide continuous data protection services as part of its dinBackup solution for more resilient workspaces for existing and new clients. R1Soft SBM is the leading commercial backup software, deployed by more than 1,800 web hosting providers, protecting nearly 250,000 servers worldwide.

dinCloud's dinBackup provides backup and snapshot capabilities as a self-service to clients who choose to self-manage or work with channel partners to manage backups.

Ali Din, General Manager at dinCloud, had this to say about the company's decision to use Continuum's R1Soft® Server Backup Manager.

“Data protection is becoming more critical to an organization, however, having redundant systems is too expensive. Customers are looking for a more economical form of protecting their data, which is why we decided to partner with Continuum’s R1Soft. The relationship enables us to provide our customers with a leading backup service that meets their data protection needs and also allows us to continue ensuring that customers have control and transparency into flat rate pricing.”

dinCloud also selected R1Soft for centralized backup and management, replication, file level and VM level backup and restores, as well as flexible scheduling options.

“As a cloud service provider focused on security, data protection is a top priority for dinCloud,” said Randy Bowie, Vice President, Backup Product and Engineering at Continuum. “dinBackup combined with R1soft provides a simple way of protecting data in the cloud with easy setup and flexible policies based on customer requirements.”

For more on dinCloud, visit www.dinCloud.com, www.linkedin.com/company/dincloud, or follow @dinCloud on Twitter.

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Topics: BDR, R1Soft

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