Intermedia has announced new backup and file management capabilities for SecuriSync, eliminating the vulnerabilities and hassles of traditional backup with its all-in-one file management solution, while enhancing productivity and collaboration capabilities with added Microsoft Office 365 integration. Now, SecuriSync offers backup for popular desktop folders, along with mobile access, co-collaboration, file sharing and administrative control.
“Based on customer and partner feedback, we’ve extended SecuriSync’s real-time backup functionality to cover even more folders, including Music, Videos, Pictures, and Downloads. No more accepting versioning gaps, or sitting idle waiting for backup restores. Now users have automated protection for their content across the most popular places to store files. We’ve also integrated SecuriSync’s secure sharing and real-time backup with Office 365, enabling users to edit files simultaneously,” said Bojan Dusevic, Senior Director of Product Management at Intermedia.
SecuriSync gives MSPs, VARs, and solution providers a way to streamline and replace multiple branded backup and file storage services with one service – helping them decrease costs and management overhead, and increase profits. SecuriSync is available to resell as a gray-label solution, giving partners control over pricing and margins, billing, bundling, and other elements of their customer relationships.
“With SecuriSync, businesses only need one tool for using, managing and protecting user files. Intermedia continually takes my feedback into account, and adding automatic protection for popular desktop folders is another example of that. Not only am I able to pass on this value on to my customers, but I can also sell SecuriSync under my own brand to further differentiate,” said Koert Council, Partner at Kosh Solutions.
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