"Carbonite EVault" Posts

Carbonite CEO’s Data Protection Partner Strategy: We Won’t Sell Direct In the Midmarket

Carbonite has bet its entire midmarket data protection storage strategy (cloud services, appliances & more) on partner sales, CEO Mohamad Ali says.

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Podcast 086: Carbonite VP Jon Whitlock

Carbonite VP Jon Whitlock describes how organic R&D and acquisitions (like DoubleTake and EVault) empower partners in the data protection market.

Carbonite CEO: Unified Channel Partner Portal Under Development

Carbonite CEO Mohamad Ali preps partners to cross-sell EVault & Double-Take to midmarket customers. Business continuity meets high availability solutions.

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5 Channel Partner Updates: 25 January 2016

Updates: Aryaka, AVANT, Avnet, Carbonite, EVault, Host.net, Microsoft Intune, Pulsar360, ScanSource, ServiceNow, SD-WAN, Tech Data, Xirrus, Zerto & more.

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5 Channel Partner Updates: 19 December 2016

Updates: ActOnAWS, Carbonite, DASA, Datto, Backupify, eFolder, HostedBizz, Ingram Micro, itSMF, New Relic, OwnBackup, Quorum, Spinbackup, Veeam & Zerto.

Carbonite CEO: Partners Embracing EVault Cloud Backup

Carbonite CEO Mohamad Ali explains how the cloud backup provider is catching on with MSPs and channel partners.

Carbonite Blends Cloud Backup, HaaS Appliances for SMB Partners

Carbonite’s E2 appliance is part of a larger hardware as a service (HaaS) strategy linked to cloud backup. Senior VP of Marketing Norman Guadagno explains.

Veeam Doubles Down on RMM, MSP Software Partnerships

Veeam now has reseller agreements with Kaseya & ConnectWise’s LabTech business. But fierce competition looms in the MSP business continuity software market.

Carbonite CEO: EVault Partners Driving SMB Revenue Growth

Carbonite is dumping its backup appliances in favor of Evault-branded alternatives & starting to win deals with midmarket MSPs, according to CEO Mohamad Ali

Carbonite SMB Cloud, EVault Businesses Surprisingly Strong

Carbonite’s evolution from a consumer backup company into an SMB business continuity provider is accelerating far faster than Wall Street expected.