by Ed Tittel
Today, we are announcing the release of a new essentials series entitled The Essentials Series: Protecting Client Data in the Cloud: A Channel Perspective, authored by Ed Tittel. From the author:
"Whether you’re an established Managed Services Provider player with a healthy customer list or just jumping in to the cloud services game, consider the value of various cloud-based data services as potential offerings (including server backup and recovery, data replication, disaster recovery, and business continuity services). By picking a seasoned vendor that offers robust technology, backup fail-safes, and 24/7 support, you can provide best-of-breed services to your customers, creating a win-win for everyone. This series of articles should help interested service organizations understand how to move to the cloud, and what to expect once they get there."
Articles in this series include:
Article 1: What Are Cloud-Connected Data Protection Services About? Architectural Advice for Resellers
Article 2: To Cloud or Not to Cloud? Growing a Managed Services Portfolio
Article 3: Selling Cloud Data Protection: Converting Potential Customers
Download the complete series here.
About the Author
Ed Tittel is a 24-year computing industry veteran who has worked as a software developer, systems engineer, trainer, and manager. He has also contributed to more than 100 computer trade books, including several college textbooks, and writes regularly for TechTarget, Tom’s Hardware, and TechBuilder.org. Perhaps best known for creating the Exam Cram series of IT certification prep books in 1997, Ed also received the Best Networking Professional Career Achievement Award from the NPA in 2004, and has been a finalist in the "Favorite Study Guide Author" category in the CertCities.com Annual Reader’s Choice Awards every year since those awards were launched in 2002.