Druva Adds Five Partners in EMEA Region

By Casey Houser

Druva, a developer of data security software and provider of virtual and physical servers for enterprises, recently announced that it has added five new managed service providers (MSPs) to its lineup of Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) region partners.

Now, AnylinQ, BinaryCloud, Gabsten Technologies, LAN2LAN, and ORIIUM will have the chance to serve companies in their own home countries as part of the Druva PartnerSync program. They can deliver data protection and data management services for on-site and cloud-based assets, though each individual partner will take its own path toward service delivery and the way it deals with Druva. Despite their individual ambitions, noted Rick Powles, the vice president of EMEA at Druva, MSPs can help companies patch any gaps in their data protection practices.

“Data protection requirements are evolving as companies make more use of cloud computing and employees seek to work where it suits them to be, rather than solely in the office,” Powles began.

“Providing a comprehensive data availability and governance solution for customers can help MSPs fill the gaps that are developing in their customers’ data protection strategies,” he continued. “As more companies evolve their IT strategies to make use of cloud and mobile, Druva can provide partners with the right tools to help customers ensure their data is protected and remains compliant.”

AnylinQ, based in the Netherlands, provides data management consulting services to many clients in the Benelux (Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg) region of states. Its handling of Druva services can assist with that task by giving consultation employees another option to offer in sales and marketing meetings. BinaryCloud also works throughout Benelux but is based in Belgium. It offers cloud backup services to its customers and will now have the Druva card to play when offering backup, recovery, and archiving.

Gabsten Technologies, in South Africa, reportedly works in many areas of the continent and will use Druva to extends its range of data protection services. LAN2LAN, which works out of the U.K., can now provide its customers with data governance in the Druva inSync management software. And finally, ORIIUM, also located in the U.K., expects to use Druva to improve its disaster recovery, business continuity, and cloud-based infrastructure services for all its clients.

All the new partners expressed their excitement to begin these partnerships and expand their collective wheelhouse of services. Clients across the globe should immediately begin to take advantage of these benefits and begin experiencing better data protection through Druva and its wide range of offered services.

Edited by Rory J. Thompson

Contributing Writer

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