Carbonite and Webroot sign distribution agreement with Exertis Cloud

Carbonite and Webroot have today announced a distribution agreement with Exertis. The partnership will offer full cyber resilience to resellers through Exertis’ dedicated Cyber Security division based in Stoke on Trent.

The cyber resilience solutions will also be available through the Exertis’ Cloud and JEM platforms by combining Carbonite’s data protection and migration products with Webroot’s endpoint protection and threat intelligence capabilities.

Jason Chibnall, managing director, Exertis Enterprise, said, “We are delighted to partner with OpenText and to have the opportunity to bring its cyber resilience platform to our channel partners. Its Carbonite and Webroot solutions deliver solid backup and anti-malware protection suited to today’s cloud and hybrid environments, securing data for remote and office workers. This a golden opportunity for our reseller partners to deliver relevant solutions to end users and earn great incremental margins making their businesses stronger.”

Bee Ahmed, head of EMEA channel at Carbonite and Webroot, explained, “Carbonite, Webroot and Exertis have a shared understanding of the challenges today’s resellers face. We are always looking for ways to help streamline operations for our partners, and this partnership will allow more businesses of all sizes to benefit from total endpoint protection and comprehensive disaster recovery.”

Rik Hubbard, cloud services director at Exertis, added, “I’m very excited to be adding Carbonite and Webroot to Exertis Cloud’s growing list of solution providers. We aim to provide our cloud partners with end-to-end solutions that are focused on outcomes for their customers. Our new relationship with Carbonite and Webroot enables us to bring additional opportunities for our partners to grow their managed service provider revenues.”

As part of the OpenText family of technology services, Carbonite and Webroot’s solutions help keep data secure and accessible.

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