Seattle, WA, May 20, 2015 – Datacastle, a market leader in enterprise endpoint backup and data protection, announced today a promotion of its Datacastle RED service, for qualifying Azure customers.
Datacastle RED helps protect enterprises from ransomware extortion, data loss and data breach through simplified and scalable endpoint backup and data protection, in the cloud. Datacastle’ s hybrid services running on Azure, enable enterprises to rapidly experience LAN-speed performance with the assurance of offsite, cloud-based recoverability and mobile access.
During the promotion, qualifying Azure customers are able to further the protections of their laptops, high-end tablets, and desktop computers from ransomware extortion, data loss, and data breaches, at no additional Datacastle license cost, for one year. The promotion is available to qualifying Azure customers in North America.
“No company should ever have to pay the extortion of Ransomware, CryptoLocker, or CryptoWall, for the data on their endpoints.” said Ron Faith, CEO, Datacastle. “The best way for companies to never pay such a ransom is to have a current backup with improved security stored on Azure using Datacastle RED.”
“Microsoft is committed to having a thriving independent software vendor (ISV) ecosystem on Azure.” Vibhor Kapoor, Director, Microsoft Azure Product Marketing. “Datacastle has attained Microsoft Gold Cloud Platform competency, building on top of Microsoft Azure’s hyper-scale, enterprise-grade hybrid services.”
To determine if you qualify and to take advantage of this promotion, customers can contact Datacastle at firstname.lastname@example.org or at http://datacastlered.com/cloud-options/special-offer/.
Datacastle protects enterprises from mobile data loss and data breach with simplified and scalable hybrid cloud endpoint backup and data protection. Datacastle RED provides secure and auditable access to enterprise data on critical devices, anytime, anywhere. To learn more about Datacastle RED, visit http://www.datacastlered.com, follow on Twitter @Datacastle, or call 425.996.9684.