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Carbonite Unveils the All-New E2 Hybrid Backup Solution!

Carbonite this week unveiled its brand-new, all-in-one E2 hybrid backup solution—and that's exciting news for IT services and solutions providers who....More

Migrating SMB Clients to the Cloud? Beware of These Five Common Mistakes

Small and midsize businesses (SMBs) want to lower operating expenses and improve application performance. That's why so many of them are counting on....More

Carbonite Partner Spotlight: Computer Geeks of North Carolina

One of the keys to becoming a successful technology services provider is doing your best to forge long-lasting, mutually beneficial relationships....More

Carbonite Partner Spotlight: Huntington Services

Huntington Services Inc. (HSI) is a highly versatile IT services provider that works closely with small businesses and water resource authorities....More

Fast-Thinking Channel Partner Thwarts Crypto Attack with Carbonite

An Ohio-based systems administrator’s quick thinking and fast action saved a healthcare facility from certain disaster when a Crypto virus attack....More

Carbonite Partner Spotlight: Data Doctors

When Ken Colburn founded Data Doctors back in 1988, he wanted to build a company that would solve the technological problems of both consumers and....More

Ransomware Alert: How to Protect Your Clients from the Latest Attacks

Methodist Hospital in Kentucky made national headlines recently after a dangerous ransomware virus called “Locky” encrypted scores of its....More

Five Ways to Sell More Cloud Backup Software to Small-Business Clients

Running a small business is hard work and, most times, very chaotic. From overseeing daily operations to building marketing plans and forging new....More

Three Reasons Why Every VAR Should Offer Disaster Recovery Solutions

As a VAR, small and midsize business clients depend on you to keep their systems up and running 24 hours per day. That’s why backup and disaster....More



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