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BackupAgent releases APS 2.0 package for Parallels

April 2, 2014 by · Comments Off on BackupAgent releases APS 2.0 package for Parallels 

Rust, Germany – BackupAgent, the leading provider of cloud backup software, today proudly announced the release of APS 2.0 package for Parallels. BackupAgent and Parallels have been working jointly on the APS 2.0 package for the cloud backup service. BackupAgent is the first backup vendor to build an APS 2.0 package and all its Partners can start testing right away.

What does the new BackupAgent APS 2.0 package do for a Parallels PA partner?
BackupAgent offers a deep integration with Parallels Automation for customers and service users. We have also optimized the user experience and customers can now provision and monitor cloud backup subscriptions from a single UI view, with intuitive and fast navigation. The new package auto-detects existing service users and can provision the cloud backup service with a single click. Also, service users will be able to download, install and monitor the agent software. Read more

Parallels announces enablement of new Cloud Infrastructure, Hosted PBX and APS-based services as SMB cloud consumption to increase sharply

February 23, 2011 by · Comments Off on Parallels announces enablement of new Cloud Infrastructure, Hosted PBX and APS-based services as SMB cloud consumption to increase sharply 

Hosting BlogORLANDO, FL. – Hosting and Cloud service enablement leader Parallels today announced it is positioning itself for the growth in small and medium business cloud consumption with the introduction of new strategic Cloud Infrastructure and Hosted PBX solutions, as well as support for  Microsoft Office 365 Syndication and Hyper-V Cloud. It is also increasing its investment in facilitating APS-enabled solutions to accelerate ISVs’ ability to also profit from the cloud.

According to ‘Parallels SMB Cloud Insights’ (U.S. 2010), small and medium business (SMB) cloud consumption has hit the mass adoption curve with the cloud services market valued at $10.6 billion in 2010.  This market opportunity will increase to $28.6 billion and small businesses with fewer than 100 employees are the foundation of this market. They account for over 80% of the total market spending and over 95% of all U.S. SMBs.

“SMBs cloud consumption has hit the wide adoption curve and driving a sea change in the cloud industry,” said Birger Steen, CEO of Parallels. “They are demanding a trusted, full service provider to deliver the integrated and complete portfolio of IT services they need. Today, there aren’t many that can provide the full service offering or keep up with the increasing expectations from their customers.  Partnering is the only way service providers will meet the growing needs of SMB and stay competitive.” Read more

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