OpenText has announced the launch of Carbonite Endpoint backup solution in India, with the added option for businesses to securely backup their data into a local vault to meet data compliances. Read more >>
Cloud backup firm Carbonite has partnered with CloudHappi, an organization that specializes in IT solutions for the education sector, to provide free server migration for schools in the UK. The migration service will be offered free-of-charge and should speed up the transition from on-premise IT to cloud-based services. Read more >>
Transitional Data Service (TDS) and Carbonite, an OpenText Company, introduced an integration between TDS's TransitionManager and Carbonite Migrate to decrease the friction associated with most migration projects. Read more >>
The editors at Solutions Review have developed this resource to assist buyers in search of the best IT resilience orchestration solutions to fit the needs of their organization. List includes Carbonite. Read more >>
Carbonite is a well-known cloud security provider, and the endpoint security side of its operation came from the acquisition of Webroot earlier in 2019. OpenText executive vice president and chief product officer Muhi Majzoub told iTWire that the acquisition of Carbonite was the company's first significant move into the consumer and SMB markets. Read more >>
OpenText™ announced today that it has completed the closing of the previously announced acquisition of Carbonite, Inc., provider of cloud-based subscription data protection, backup, disaster recovery and endpoint security to small and medium-sized businesses and prosumers. Read more >>
Data protection and cybersecurity solution provider, Carbonite, has announced it has entered a definitive agreement to be acquired by OpenText. The Enterprise Information Management software and solution provider will acquire Carbonite for $23.00 per share in cash. Read more >>
Cybersecurity vendor Webroot has spoken out about plans to build a new channel organisation following its acquisition by data protection firm Carbonite in March. “We have two emerging channels that we’re trying to combine together, and it’s going to create a lot of opportunity for us,” Tim Sheahen, director of sales at Webroot told Microscope recently, adding that developing a combined channel partner programme was “going to be our first obstacle overcome.” Read more >>
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