CloudAlly Now Integrates with the Odin Automation Platform
CloudAlly's new collaboration with Odin Automation makes their backup services even easier to use and available to over 10 million SMBs
“In working with ODIN, CloudAlly continues to strengthen our ties with our partners, and customers, accelerating exponential business growth, says Avinoam Katz, the CEO of CloudAlly.”
About the Collaboration with Odin Automation
By joining the Odin Automation platform, CloudAlly joins an ecosystem that includes over 500 platform-ready services, including such prestigious companies as Microsoft Office 365, Windows Azure, Dropbox, Symantec, OX, Acronis, and more. The new collaboration will enable CloudAlly to rapidly deliver its cloud services to its partners, resellers, and small and medium businesses (SMBs) around the globe.
The Solution Provided by Odin and CloudAlly
The solution will allow CloudAlly’s partners to automatically provision and manage their clients’ Microsoft Office 365 backups directly within the Odin Automation ecosystem, including direct billing and the ability to easily bundle CloudAlly with other services.
CloudAlly is one of the few cloud-to-cloud backup service providers with data centers in the U.S., EU and Asia-Pacific, which complies with the data sovereignty requirements of Odin’s diverse group of partners—1,700 vendor partners, across 170 countries, supported by 27,000 associates—around the world. This means that Odin and CloudAlly customers can maximize their reach and boost their business across all sales channels including online, reseller, and direct or inbound sells.
Integrating Odin Automation and CloudAlly
The new integration with Odin will not only enable CloudAlly partners to implement a solution that will deliver quick provisioning and integrated billing, but to bundle it with additional cloud services.
Before the new integration with Odin Automation, CloudAlly customers who used both services were forced to treat the platforms as separate entities even when performing an Office 365 email backup. Now customers of both Odin and CloudAlly will be able to streamline and modernize their cloud business with access to all of their cloud services in one place including all Office 365 backup services.
Inside CloudAlly’s Features
In addition to Microsoft Office 365’s Exchange Online, SharePoint and OneDrive, CloudAlly customers can activate backups for Google G Suite, Salesforce, and Box. With a few simple clicks, customers can activate backups for all or selected users, archive backups when off-boarding employees, and perform on-demand backups as needed. Lost or corrupted data can be quickly recovered from any point in time as well as exported in Outlook compatible format for local use
Odin, a business unit of Ingram Micro Inc. (NYSE: IM), provides the software that powers the cloud ecosystem, from small and local hosters to some of the world’s largest telecommunication companies. By partnering with Odin, service providers gain access to industry expertise, a catalog of the most in-demand cloud applications, and the most comprehensive selection of software including provisioning and billing automation.
For more information, visit http://odin.com or follow us on Twitter, or like us on Facebook.Founded in 2011, CloudAlly’s ISO 27001 and HIPAA Certified cloud-to-cloud backup & recovery solution, backs up daily changes in your SaaS applications to unlimited Amazon S3 storage, and makes it available for restore or export from any point in time. We make backup simple and your online data secure.
For more information, visit www.cloudally.com or follow us on Twitter, or like us on Facebook
Founded in 2011, CloudAlly's ISO 27001 and HIPAA Certified cloud-to-cloud backup & recovery solution, backs up daily changes in your SaaS applications to unlimited Amazon S3 storage, and makes it available for restore or export from any point in time. We make backup simple and your online data secure.
For more information, visit www.cloudally.com or follow us on Twitter, or like us onFacebook
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