Data Deposit Box Partners with Linktech Australia
FREMONT, CA: Data Deposit Box, a global provider of cloud backup and recovery, announced its partnership with Australia-based Managed Service Partner Linktech Australia. The Company has expanded its international presence with this partnership, in accordance with its global expansion plan, to provide cloud backup and recovery services to Linktech Australia’s new and existing clients in the region. “We continue our aggressive global expansion strategy and are very excited to commence our new partnership with LinkTech in order to continue to service and build on our Australian client base. This is another big step in our global expansion and “end to end provider” strategy.” said Tim Jewell, CEO & Founder, Data Deposit Box Inc. The Company continues to add cloud accounts daily through its partners and will continue to pursue the MSP “enabler” strategy to drive company success moving forward.
“Linktech Australia was looking for a simple yet effective backup and recovery solution for our SMB clients. We discovered the DDB solution and quickly determined that the product strategy was directly aligned to our client’s backup and recovery needs. LinkTech is aiming to provide a simple and transparent product to customers. Data Deposit Box supports end points, mobile devices, larger applications like MSSQL, VMWARE, HYPERV and now offers a local recovery/cloud recovery NAS solution that is all tied together with the most competitive partner pricing structure. This will allow LinkTech to offer a SMB targeted end to end solution that is aligned with our Australian customers offering a great value solution to protect their data.” said Daniel Tymkin, Head, Linktech Australia.
Based out of Melbourne Australia, Linktech Australia is a global provider of technology services including IT integration, professional, managed and cloud services and specialized in designing and implementing technology solutions that can meet current business requirements, and strategically prepare for the challenges of tomorrow.
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