N-able, a solution provider for IT service providers, is modernizing its business class for disaster backup and recovery with the launch of a cloud-based data protection solution (DPaaS). Built from the ground up with a cloud-based architecture, Cove Data Protection frees SMEs and their customers from relying on cumbersome, inefficient hardware and eliminates the complexity and inefficiency of legacy data protection.

Key features include a device-free approach to the cloud; data protection for Microsoft 365 servers, workstations and data, all managed by a single glass; the ability to backup as often as every 15 minutes, moving up to 60 times less data than the original local archives; image of a virtual server in standby mode in the location chosen by the partner for fast and flexible recovery options; and fully managed cloud storage with 30 data centers for archiving in the region.

Chris Grout, General Manager, Cove Data Protection at N-able, said: “The unique approach of offering Cove, true data protection as a service, first in the cloud, provides first-class service at a lower cost of ownership for our partners, together with full recovery from business class disaster. ” n-able.com

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