Data Deposit Box Inc. (“Data Deposit Box” or the “Company”) (CSE: DDB, OTCQB: DDBXF, Frankfurt: 2DD), a global provider of cloud backup and recovery technology, is pleased to announce a new partnership with Australia-based cloud backup solutions company Probax.
Data Deposit Box has expanded its international presence by partnering with Probax to provide cloud backup and recovery services in Australia. Probax will use the Data Deposit Box platform to provide secure and reliable cloud-based backup and recovery services for its Australian client base.
“Data Deposit Box continues to strike strategic partnerships globally which is key to our expansion strategy. Probax is a key partner for Data Deposit Box in our goal to become the premier backup and recovery provider for small to medium-sized businesses. We are very excited to commence our new partnership with Probax in order to service and build on our Australian and Asia Pacific client base.” said Tim Jewell, CEO of the Company and founder of the Data Deposit Box business.
Kevin Allan, Managing Director of Probax., said, “Currently our biggest backup markets are in the replication of StorageCraft ShadowProtect and Veeam backup images, but we expect Data Deposit Box to fit a segment that is growing in demand. Data Deposit Box supports not only physical and virtual, but also mobile environments. Our testing has also shown that Data Deposit Box works very well on low bandwidth end user connections – something that Australia has struggled with for a long time.”
“Partnering with market-leading and high-quality backup software vendors such as Data Deposit Box allows us to offer our Partners the latest in backup innovation without re-creating the wheel; giving our Partners the ability to offer their clients the best backup solution for them” comments Mr. Allan.
Based out of Melbourne Australia, Probax has serviced the region for over 10 years and is aggressively growing its client base through its partners.
Data Deposit Box continues to add cloud accounts daily through its partners (within the region and globally) and will continue to pursue the MSP channel to drive the Company’s success moving forward. The Company will also begin to offer its “Smart Storage” product line to all partners in Q4 2015.
Probax (www.probax.com.au) is a Reseller-Driven Cloud Backup Solution that solves the issues faced by MSPs and Enterprise IT Managers when managing their backup data. Hosted entirely on Australian servers, it is a unique solution in the marketplace for those managing multiple types of backups.
Headquartered in Perth, Western Australia, Probax has serviced the region for the past 10 years. Since changing to a channel focus, Probax has quickly built a loyal Reseller Partner network of over 200 MSPs and IT Professionals in Australia and has over 90 petabytes of restore points.
About Data Deposit Box
Data Deposit Box, a pioneer of cloud backup and recovery technology, has set a new industry
standard by providing the SMB market with the same level of security and protection that is
available to large enterprises. Data Deposit Box patented backup technology, known for its
Exabyte scalability, advanced data reduction capabilities and ease-of-use, has won prestigious
industry awards and has been featured in many key industry publications.
Data Deposit Box technologies and solutions are currently used daily by over 200,000
customers, 1,000 resellers, 25 MSPs and private label partners for online backup and recovery,
archiving, disaster readiness, secure file sharing and remote access.
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