As SMBs increasingly embrace multi-cloud strategies and adopt different cloud providers based on price-performance for specific workloads, a single, centrally managed data protection environment that is easy to manage and simplifies workflow is vital. At the same time, cyberattacks are a constant threat that requires companies to ensure they can recover applications and data quickly if and when disaster strikes.
Choice, Flexibility, and Scale
ShadowXafe and OneXafe Solo now let StorageCraft partners and customers leverage multiple cloud storage providers for data backup and replication. Both solutions protect native workloads on Google Cloud Platform and Azure, and both support native replication. They also provide you with the option to back up and replicate into third-party clouds, including Google Cloud Platform, Azure Blob Storage, and Wasabi S3.
Improved Cloud-Based Central Management
ShadowXafe and OneXafe Solo feature a consolidated public-cloud hosted web console that relies on secure protocols, enabling complete management and monitoring of all data protection to ensure data is available from anywhere, anytime, and is highly secure.
Two-factor authentication (2FA) for ShadowXafe gives you an extra layer of security to help safeguard your data no matter how big or small your organization is and regardless of complexity or location. 2FA is integrated into the StorageCraft OneSystem cloud-based management platform.
Find a Reseller Today
These new releases are now available through StorageCraft’s network of authorized resellers and distributors. Visit StorageCraft.com/how-buy for more information and to connect with a reseller that can help assess your data-management needs and give you detailed pricing.
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