CloudBerry Lab has announced its managed service provider (MSP) partners now can sell CloudBerry Backup for QNAP and CloudBerry Backup for Synology.

In addition, the cloud-based backup and file management services company said it has expanded its QNAP and Synology capabilities to provide users with access to "a broader range of cloud storage options" and faster data transfer.

"By extending our QNAP and Synology support capabilities ... we are helping organizations extend the value of their QNAP and Synology investments, while providing much greater ongoing freedom and choice with regards to their chosen cloud service providers," CloudBerry Lab Marketing Director Alexander Negrash told MSPmentor

CloudBerry Lab pointed out QNAP and Synology users can access a variety of cloud storage options, including:

  • Amazon S3
  • Google Cloud Storage
  • Oracle Cloud
  • Microsoft Azure
  • OpenStack Swift

The company also said users can schedule incremental backups from their QNAP and Synology devices directly to their provider of choice.

And through April, CloudBerry Lab is offering a free license of CloudBerry Backup for QNAP and CloudBerry Backup for Synology as well.

So what do CloudBerry Lab's announcements mean for its MSP partners?

CloudBerry Lab pointed out it is committed to providing additional revenue opportunities for its MSP partners and may be able to help service providers save both time and money.

"Every organization, no matter how big or small, needs a data backup plan, and cloud-based backup is emerging as a very attractive option," Negrash noted. "Solutions like CloudBerry Backup for QNAP and CloudBerry Backup for Synology are just the latest example, as more businesses consider the move to cloud-based backup. Because end users only pay for what they use in the cloud, MSPs can increase the appeal of the offering, which helps build their own revenues while passing savings on to end users."

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