Storage Guardian’s Dave Minns discusses how Storage Guardian’s enterprise-grade products let offer digital-asset management services that can drive multi-year profits from cloud storage.

Toronto, ON -Oct. 25, 2010– Webinar: Tuesday, October 26, 2010 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT

Today, data backup into the cloud is a commodity sale. Competitive pressure is continuously reducing the cost per GB to store data. Is there any margin left here? Three experts will convene to discuss this topic and provide VARs and managed services providers some answers.

There is one area of cloud storage that can generate passive, long-term, continual revenue: Storage Guardian offers a range of online backup products to the reseller/managed service provider marketplace that provides for more definitive control on profit margins through adding real value to your portfolio of services.

In this webinar, Scott Bekker, editor-in-chief of Redmond Channel Partner and Storage Guardian‘s Dave Minns will Storage Guardian’s enterprise-grade products let you move from business continuity and disaster recovery, and instead into digital asset management – driving multi-year profits from cloud storage. Also on the panel is Avi Bitterman of Insite Computer Group, who will add his experiences marketing these services to his client base.

Storage Guardian’s enterprise-grade products let you move from business continuity and disaster recovery, and instead into digital asset management – driving multi-year profits from cloud storage. Join us for our webinar, and learn how you can make some real money in cloud storage.

Register today!
Date: October 26, 2010.
Time: 11:00 am PT.
Duration: 1 hour.

Attend this seminar if you’re interested learning how you can offer your clients enterprise-grade online backup services, and understanding why these services are more appropriate for business customers than consumer-grade ‘commodity’ backup services like Mozy and Carbonite.

David Minns, channel manager, Storage Guardian
Dave is a 12-year sales engineering veteran who assists VARs and MSPs with their sales and business services development to small and medium-size businesses. He is an industry evangelist regarding cloud SaaS backup and the annuity revenue opportunities it offers solutions providers. Storage Guardian’s enterprise-grade products enable his channel partners to move from business continuity and disaster recovery, and instead into digital asset management – driving multi-year profits from cloud storage.

Storage Guardian is the leader for small-business online backup
With more than ten years of experience and thousands of satisfied customers, Storage Guardian’s remote data backup service has established itself as a dependable provider of enterprise-grade online backup technology for smaller companies. What sets it apart from the many low-cost alternatives in the market are online data backup features optimized for businesses that depend on Microsoft SQL Server 2008, Microsoft Small Business Server 2003/2008, Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SharePoint, Novell GroupWise, and Lotus Notes.

Storage Guardian and SAS 70 (Type II)
Storage Guardian has completed the Statement on Auditing Standards (SAS) No. 70 for service providers, receiving a service auditor’s Type II report. The SAS 70 Type II report is a widely recognized auditing standard developed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), and affirms that Storage Guardian’s policies and procedures are appropriately designed with the proper controls in place, and functioning as designed.

Useful links
Storage Guardian secure online backup:
Storage Guardian blog • Facebook • YouTube • Twitter

About Storage Guardian
Storage Guardian delivers business continuity protection and information lifecycle management. Storage Guardian is used by small and midsize businesses, enterprises, and multiple-platform LAN computing environments that want to safeguard their critical business data in a secure, off-site location. Its remote backup service is the culmination of a decade of intense research and software development and represents a superior alternative to tape-based data recovery systems. All Storage Guardian’s solutions are based on televaulting technology from Asigra, a recognized leader in enterprise online backup. The company is also developing a select network of authorized VARs to service the off-site backup and fast data recovery needs of companies located throughout North America.

For more, visit and Twitter @storageguardian.

Tim Cox
Zing PR for Storage Guardian

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