BackupAssist, a leading provider of automated backup and recovery software for SMEs, has announced Wasabi, the hot cloud storage company, now integrates seamlessly with BackupAssist Classic and BackupAssist ER. This partnership provides customers with an up to 80% less expensive solution that is faster than the competition for achieving enterprise-grade cyber-resilience.
As cybersecurity risks continue to become more prevalent and sophisticated, the need for secure, scalable and reliable file and system backup has become increasingly important. Unfortunately, this issue has been compounded by a spike in data, with many organisations choosing to migrate to the cloud to offset on-premise storage.
When combined with Wasabi’s cloud, BackupAssist’s software provides a flexible and cost-effective storage solution that offers backups for both full system and granular recoveries anywhere, anytime. Additionally, BackupAssist’s CryptoSafeGuard combined with Wasabi’s 11 nines of object durability and data immutability enables backup files to remain secure.
“Clients have been asking for our recommended alternatives to the large first-generation public cloud providers, commonly inquiring about Wasabi specifically,” said Linus Chang, Founder and CEO, BackupAssist.
“In response, we began our standard stringent review process, with Wasabi quickly emerging as a top viable solution. In August 2020, we added Wasabi support for our BackupAssist ER, and with this announcement we add support for our BackupAssist Classic solution as well.”
He continued: “Now, by adhering to BackupAssist’s best practices guidance to perform multiple backups for maximum resilience, our clients can employ both local and cloud-based backups to ensure maximum protection from virtually all cyber-risks, as well as rapid recovery – all at a dramatically lower cost.”
Wasabi hot cloud storage will be presented by BackupAssist in exclusive webinars taking place on January 19 (Europe, Middle East, Africa) and January 27 (North America).Click below to share this article