Next generation SIRIS 5 delivers up to 4x more performance; Cloud Continuity for PCs extends vital protection of data to laptops and desktops
Datto Holding Corp. (“Datto”) (NYSE:MSP), the leading global provider of security and cloud-based software solutions purpose-built for Managed Service Providers (MSPs), today launches two continuity solutions, including its next generation SIRIS 5 product featuring up to 4X the performance and Cloud Continuity for PCs, improved for today’s dynamic, hybrid workforce. Both all-in-one backup and recovery solutions empower MSPs with best-in-class continuity for their small and medium business (SMB) clients. In the event of a physical loss, ransomware, hardware failure, or other disasters, Datto provides multiple recovery and restore options whether onsite or remote.
Last year in Q4, over 80% of ransomware attacks targeted SMBs, with an average business interruption of 20 days following successful attacks, which can be crippling for a smaller organization.¹ To survive attacks, SMBs must have access to business continuity solutions that can quickly restore their data and operations to prevent significant downtime and business interruptions. Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR) is an established backbone of any ransomware recovery strategy.
Datto’s all-in-one complete BCDR solution with immutable backups and the secure Datto Cloud makes SIRIS 5 one of the best last lines of defense against cyberattacks, restoring business operations for SMBs within minutes. With SIRIS 5, partners can expect:
- Performance: Up to 4X more performance and an upgraded RAM and CPU that provides faster disaster recovery performance than ever before
- Reliability: Industry-standard server hardware, redundant power supplies, reliable enterprise SAS HDDs, HDD RAID, and advanced diagnostics for improved reliability
- Simplicity: Streamlined appliance options consolidate the best features to optimize performance, plus create an easier selection and upgrade process for partners
The SIRIS 5 appliance will run on purpose-built certified hardware powered by Dell. Dell’s world-class server hardware provides the industry-standard in reliability, serviceability, global reach, and supply chain resilience. Each SIRIS 5 device will undergo stepped-up comprehensive quality testing at a Datto facility and is backed by Datto’s 5-year warranty. Coupled with Datto’s renowned 24/7/365 support, Datto partners will have access to the most robust and reliable business continuity solution Datto has ever offered.
“An MSP’s best defense against evolving ransomware threats is a high-performing and reliable BCDR solution一and SIRIS 5 is Datto’s most powerful and flexible solution yet,” said Bob Petrocelli, Chief Technology Officer at Datto. “With its cloud-first architecture and integrated security, the SIRIS platform was created for MSPs, delivering an essential all-in-one solution for backup and recovery. We’re proud to release our flagship SIRIS 5 product which will deliver next-level reliability and performance when it matters most.”
“The number one concern for our clients is what a cyberattack would mean for their business. We need strong backup and recovery solutions in place if all else fails to ensure they’re up and running with minimal disruption,” said Razwan Ahmad, CEO of N.O.C. Systems LLC, a Datto MSP partner located in Connecticut. “With SIRIS 5 we know we’re covered. Datto’s world-class technology and support enables us to protect our clients’ data and livelihoods with the strongest solution.”
SIRIS 5 will be available today at 9 a.m. ET across the globe. To learn more about SIRIS 5 and Cloud Continuity for PCs, join one of today’s webinar events offered at 9 a.m. ET and 7 p.m. ET: Driving MSP Growth with the Next Generation of Datto Continuity.
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