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SolarWinds MSP Adds Doc Backup to RMM at $1 a Month Per Workstation

The new offering is aimed at eliminating cost and efficiency pain points that prevent IT service and solution providers from more thoroughly protecting important customer assets.

Aldrin Brown

December 1, 2017

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SolarWinds MSP today announced it has integrated a document backup and disaster recovery (BDR) solution into the cloud and on-premise versions of its remote monitoring and management (RMM) software.

In addition, the vendor said it is taking the SolarWinds’ Backup Documents product to market at the disruptive price of $1 per workstation, per month.

The new offering is aimed at eliminating cost and efficiency pain points that prevent IT service and solution providers from more thoroughly protecting important customer assets.

“Many businesses only back up critical servers and sometimes one or two critical workstations, resulting in many valuable spreadsheets, documents, and presentations being overlooked due to cost or technician time required,” Greg Lissy, vice president of product management at SolarWinds MSP, said in a statement.

“It’s important for a business to be able to streamline its backup process for all workstations,” he continued. “With Backup Documents, SolarWinds RMM users now have a simple, affordable offering to secure their important documents and expand their backup beyond critical servers.”

Backup Documents is the newest addition to the comprehensive SolarWinds Backup solution, which provides BDR of workstations, applications and servers from a single dashboard.

The Durham, N.C.-based MSP toolset maker billed the Document Backup product as a powerful component in the effort to safeguard against data loss and unexpected system outages.

“SolarWinds Backup Documents delivers the ability to manage backup and recovery for all business documents – designed to prevent downtime from natural disasters, hardware failures, accidental deletions, ransomware, and user error,” the vendor’s statement said. “Users can leverage the cloud to rapidly and easily self-service restore documents to any location in the world, based on twice-daily automated backups.”

 

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Aldrin Brown

Editor-in-Chief, Penton

Veteran journalist Aldrin Brown comes to Penton Technology from Empire Digital Strategies, a business-to-business consulting firm that he founded that provides e-commerce, content and social media solutions to businesses, nonprofits and other organizations seeking to create or grow their digital presence.

Previously, Brown served as the Desert Bureau Chief for City News Service in Southern California and Regional Editor for Patch, AOL's network of local news sites. At Patch, he managed a staff of journalists and more than 30 hyper-local and business news and information websites throughout California. In addition to his work in technology and business, Brown was the city editor for The Sun, a daily newspaper based in San Bernardino, CA; the college sports editor at The Tennessean, Nashville, TN; and an investigative reporter at the Orange County Register, Santa Ana, CA.

 

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