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OneNet touts partner opportunity with server backup

OneNet touts partner opportunity with server backup

OneNet says partners have the chance to make recurring and services revenue, along with maintenance fees, by offering its newly-launched LiveVault server backup service.

As the company's latest cloud services offering, it is based on Iron Mountain's SME-focused LiveVault backup and recovery. It can be integrated with Microsoft Exchange and SQL and is compatible with companies' existing Linux, Solaris and virtual server environments.

“With a list price of just $250 + GST per server per month for up to 250GB of data, a OneNet business partner has an opportunity to easily earn significant recurring monthly revenue, plus charge for professional services for the setup and implementation on each server for their clients," says business partner manager Steve Victor.

"Resellers may even charge an ongoing maintenance fee to ensure that their clients backups are operational to their expectations month-to-month."

Although OneNet can provide support, configuration can be done through the LiveVault Web Management portal.

OneNet says LiveVault is a logical extension of its partnership with Iron Mountain. It has distributed the vendor's PC and Mac Online backup since 2001.


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