StorageCraft is launching an endpoint data protection program to help partners find gaps in their data recovery plan. The program will offer a free backup analyzer tool for StorageCraft MSP partners. The tool is a feature of the StorageCraft file backup solution. Partners will be able to use this tool to get an idea of the data on customer endpoints. Data which is mission-critical can take priority in the backup and recovery strategy, and companies can skip paying to backup old or unused data.
Endpoint Data Protection: Not All Data is Equal
StorageCraft partners can mass distribute the backup analyzer (silent install) to many endpoints. It will analyze data on these machines and create ready reports on what information exists on them. The software uses sophisticated data analytics to filter out mission-critical information from old or unused data.
The backup analyzer helps MSP’s with data management and help them assess user’s machines (Windows laptops and desktops) to see which data is mission-critical and needs data protection. After the data analysis, MSP’s can exclude junk data from the backup process by using backup rules and configurations.
This way, companies don’t need to pay to backup data that they don’t need or use. This solution is designed for companies with a large mobile workforce in need of data protection.
The StorageCraft File Backup & Recovery is an enterprise-grade backup software that is perfect for backing up business laptops and other Windows devices. The solution was aquired from Gillware Online Backup in October, to complement the company’s image-based backup suite. Partners who use the file backup tool before December 20th are elligible for additional rewards.
The StorageCraft family of companies, founded in 2003, provides best-in-class backup, disaster recovery, system migration and data protection solutions. StorageCraft delivers software products that reduce downtime, improve security and stability for systems and data, and lower the total cost of ownership. For more information, visit www.storagecraft.com.