Carbonite and Webroot, OpenText companies, harness the cloud and artificial intelligence to provide comprehensive cyber resilience solutions for businesses, individuals, and managed service providers. Cyber resilience means being able to stay up and running, even in the face of cyberattacks and data loss. That’s why we’ve combined forces to provide endpoint protection, network protection, security awareness training, and data backup and disaster recovery solutions, as well as threat intelligence services used by market leading technology providers worldwide. Leveraging the power of machine learning to protect millions of businesses and individuals, we secure the connected world. Carbonite and Webroot operate globally across North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia. Discover cyber resilience at carbonite.com and webroot.com.
There’s no time to waste: MSPs must begin moving their customers’ workloads to the cloud. But many MSPs remain paralyzed by fear of business disruption, as well as other challenges and complexities. Learn from the experts why cloud migration is far more seamless and painless than you might think — in fact, it can be […]
In a world of always-on consumers and relentless cyber threats, backup and disaster recovery solutions are not merely an insurance policy — they’re essential components of any successful business. But given the challenges inherent in selling customers in backup, how do you convince them to invest in DRaas? Get the answers here, along with insights […]
Office 365 migrations pose a range of questions and challenges for MSPs, including why and how to back up customer data as well as what role Microsoft plays in the backup process. Get the answers here, along with insight into the most effective pre-built solutions to ensure that O365 backup goes safely and smoothly for […]
Carbonite Endpoint 360 is a comprehensive, automatic backup solution for all your endpoint devices and the data that resides on them, including data in
Microsoft O365. This complete solution protects against accidental deletions, overwriting, ransomware and other threats that Microsoft’s backup and retention policies don’t cover.