Dataprise Buys Global Data Vault, Adds DRaaS and Data Protection

The goal is to give clients one strategic IT partner to solve it all.

Claudia Adrien

January 11, 2022

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Dataprise Buys Global Data Vault, Adds DRaaS and Data Protection

MSP Dataprise has acquired Global Data Vault, which offers disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS), backup as a service (BaaS) and modern data protection solutions. The tie-up creates a broad portfolios of integrated data protection and cybersecurity offerings.

Holistic Cybersecurity Strategy

Steve Lewis is CEO of Dataprise.


Dataprise’s Steve Lewis

“Clients turn to Dataprise to be their one strategic IT partner, which requires we bring the broadest portfolio of services powered by the best technology and deepest expertise,” Lewis said. “Today, the mandate for a holistic cybersecurity and data protection strategy is a top priority for our clients. Global Data Vault is a powerful addition. They bring industry-leading cloud-based data protection solutions that bolster our premier cybersecurity portfolio, top-notch employees, a strong Veeam partnership, and relentless focus on client success.”

Founded in 2004, Global Data Vault is a recognized leader in BaaS and DRaaS, the company said. It’s a platinum Veeam Cloud and Service Provider. Global Data Vault’s mission is to protect organizations’ critical data with modern data protection strategies. This is to ensure business continuity and eliminate downtime. Headquartered in Dallas, Global Data Vault protects hundreds of clients across the U.S., Canada, and the U.K.

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Anthony Galley is chairman of Global Data Vault.

“Our clients are facing new challenges driven by dramatic changes in the cybersecurity threat landscape and evolution of IT strategies. Dataprise has an enviable portfolio of cybersecurity, managed IT services and cloud services,” Galley said. “Together with Dataprise we are perfectly positioned to provide our clients even greater value.”

A Broad Managed Services Portfolio

This marks Dataprise’s second acquisition as the company executes on its strategy to build the broadest managed services portfolio. The goal is to give clients one strategic IT partner to solve it all, the company said. The recent acquisition of Wireless Watchdogs added a comprehensive mobility managed services (MMS) and mobile device management (MDM) portfolio. This aims to solve mobile device, IoT and endpoint management challenges.


Global Data Vault’s Will Baccich

Will Baccich is CEO of Global Data Vault.

“We’re excited for the opportunity that joining Dataprise presents for our clients, employees and partners. We now have a much broader set of services, capabilities and resources. They’re all aimed at protecting client data and ensuring business continuity,” Baccich said.

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Claudia Adrien

Claudia Adrien is a reporter for Channel Futures where she covers breaking news. Prior to Informa, she wrote about biosecurity and infectious disease for a national publication. She holds a degree in journalism from the University of Florida and resides in Tampa.

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