Singapore-based Dropsuite yesterday announced its partnership with LeaderTelecom, a Netherlands-based telco service provider and European market leader in online security.
The collaboration will see Dropsuite's range of cloud-based backup solution being integrated into LeaderTelecom's service offerings to enable the latter to better protect its clients' data.
Dropsuite provides a fully-automated and secure platform that enables small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to backup and restore website, email, mobile and server data.
Its range of cloud-based backup products and services include Dropmysite (website and database backup), Dropmyemail (email backup and archiving), Dropmymobile (mobile data backup), and DSE Server Backup (file-based server backup).
Both companies also hope that the partnership will enable them to take a slice of the revenue for the global disaster recovery market for SMEs, which is expected to reach US$6 billion by 2019, according to SME Cloud Insights (Parallels Research 2014). Moreover, the global market for cloud backup and recovery software is pegged to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.94 percent between now and 2020, according to Research and Markets.
"LeaderTelecom will help us deliver our one-click backup solutions to its clients, not just in Europe but to their fast-growing client base around the world. LeaderTelecom's clients trust it as their premium telecom service provider of choice, and we're delighted to now be a part of that process," said Ridley Ruth, COO of Dropsuite.
Aleksei Ivanov, Founder & Managing Director at LeaderTelecom, said: "We're delighted to add Dropsuite to that list of world-class partners as we incorporate its simple and easy one-click cloud backup solutions alongside our own offerings. It also positions us favourably to tap into the European and global data protection and recovery markets."
Besides Dropsuite, LeaderTelecom's best-in-class global partners includes Comodo, Entrust, and Symantec.
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