QuadraNet recently announced it’s partnership with VEEAM. With this partnership, Quadranet Enterprice become a registered VEEMS Cloud & Service. QuadraNet become a registered VEEAM VSCP. Modern data protection for latest business challenges can provided by QuadraNet. Quadranet’s most popular data protection platform QNprotect can helps companies to keep business running all the time without worried about where the customer’s data is stored can be pysical systems, public cloud, SaaS, hybrid cloud, private cloud or multi cloud.
QuadraNet provides Object Lock Data Immutability and Anti-Ransomeware Solution.
It also take the advantages of most secure Veeam’s Anti-Ransomeware solution and Object Lock Data Immutabilty that allows businesses to get backup data copies which is unchangeable.
QuadraNet make sure that data is available always, protected and seamlessly working for business across the world.
“We are very excited to welcome QuadraNet as a registered VCSP,” said Matt Kalmenson, Vice President of Americas Cloud and Service Providers at Veeam. QuadraNet has an impressive reputation built upon their QNCloud, QNMonitor cloud-enablement platform and Global Enterprise Managed Services solutions. With more companies moving to a remote workforce and security threats on the rise, data protection has never been more important. This partnership allows us to help more users protect their valuable data.”
William D. Souder, QuadraNet’s Chief Cloud Officer said,
“We have truly forged a fantastic relationship with Veeam. Together, we work closely to ensure seamless integration and performance in our Data Protection Solution, which provides a consistent and dependable service level to QuadraNet customers. As consumers and customers become accustomed to easy, intuitive, super-fast transactions driven by data, we deliver consistent results enabling customers to return focus to other areas of their business. Our clients are looking for confidence and trust that digital transactions will always work as expected. Naturally, we partnered with Veeam.”