Acronis partners Iconz-Webvisions for Malaysia and Singapore markets
By Digital News Asia July 3, 2015
- Many SMEs do not realise advantages of cloud backup
- More comprehensive coverage and support for Acronis solutions
DATA protection specialist Acronis has announced a partnership with Singapore-headquartered cloud and managed services provider Iconz-Webvisions which would see the latter marketing its Acronis Cloud Backup in Malaysia and Singapore.
Iconz-Webvisions provides services such as virtual servers, co-location and dedicated servers, as well as managed services such as backup, security, disaster recovery and monitoring, Acronis said in a statement.
“Data is considered by many to be a company’s most valuable asset and yet many SMEs (small and medium enterprises) have not realised the advantages of cloud backup,” said Iconz-Webvisions group chief executive officer Albert Wong (pic above).
“We are excited about our partnership with Acronis as we strengthen our solutions offering to our clients, helping them to protect their data through a solution that is simple, secure and affordable,” he added.
Iconz-Webvisions, which is also present in China and New Zealand, says it serves more than 40,000 customers including 3M, Cycle & Carriage, Drew & Napier, OSIM, Hong Leong Finance and MCL Land.
“We are pleased to partner with Iconz-Webvisions for the markets in Singapore and Malaysia,” said Acronis executive vice president of Asia Pacific/ Japan and Emerging Markets Jan-Jaap Jager (pic).
“With its long-established alliances with globally renowned IT vendors and broad-based distribution network, we believe that this partnership will allow more comprehensive coverage and support for Acronis’ suite of disaster recovery and data protection solutions to service the needs of the businesses in this region,” he added.
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