virtualDCS Introduces Brand New Software, CloudCover 365

Leeds-based cloud computing specialists, virtualDCS launches CloudCover 365, a flexible and easy-to-use browser based backup solution for Microsoft Office 365. The solution is the first of its kind, harnessing leading Veeam Disaster Recovery technology.

Leeds, United Kingdom - June 12, 2019 / / —

Many Microsoft Office 365 users do not realise that Microsoft Cloud offerings work on a shared responsibility model. This means that while Microsoft takes care of the services, the end-user organisation is responsible for its backups. Failure to acknowledge this and protect data independently leaves businesses at risk from permanent data loss, should an incident occur.

The brand new CloudCover 365 portal solves this issue and enables users to take their backups directly to the cloud, independently of Microsoft. CloudCover 365 offers complete control, flexible backup and protection for all companies, no matter which platforms or devices they are using.

The new portal is entirely browser-based, which means there is no software to download. This innovative approach means that CloudCover 365 can scale with businesses, a proposition that is already proving popular with start-up companies and SMEs as well as rapid-growth businesses.

Described as “The UK’s Most Cutting Edge Cloud Hosting Services Provider”, virtualDCS is changing the marketplace by continually adapting and developing new solutions to fill in the gaps left in the marketplace. CloudCover 365 is no different. It has completely changed the way businesses look at data recovery solutions and is already leading the industry as a whole in a new, more exciting direction.

virtualDCS provides innovative, high-quality cloud computing solutions to businesses of all sizes, was the first VMware enterprise partner and one of the first companies in the world to bring Veeam Cloud Connect to market. virtualDCS is a Gold Veeam partner and has a strong reputation of successfully introducing Veeam solutions to clients worldwide. All services are delivered from virtualDCS’ own hosted cloud platform which operates in line with the latest ISO 27001 information security standards.

For more information about virtualDCS or Veeam cloud solutions, please contact Nikki Smith on 03453 888 327 or email Nicola.Smith@virtualdcs.co.uk.

Please address any postal queries to The Waterscape, 42 Leeds and Bradford Rd, Leeds LS5 3EG and check out their website https://www.virtualdcs.co.uk/ for all the information you need.

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Name: Nikki Smith
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Organization: virtualDCS
Address: The Waterscape, 42 Leeds and Bradford Rd, Leeds LS5 3EG
Phone: 03453 888 327
Website: https://www.virtualdcs.co.uk/

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