Recent development however, shows positive signs as cloud backup solutions become more affordable and wide spread. Cloud backup is a somewhat new concept but has acquired a lot of attention. A main benefit of the cloud backup is the fact that customers pay only for the storage space they use as opposed to local storage where a half utilized hard drive is still paid in full. The speed at which restoration is made also is at a different level. The difference in 1 TB restoration between local and cloud backup is 2 hours and 45 minutes of operational time. On top of that, cloud backup does not require additional human resources as maintenance is done by the service provider. "It is important not to neglect the data loss issue. By celebrating the World Backup Day, we want to create awareness and encourage people to ensure the safety of their sensible information," said Konstantin Bezruchenko, CTO of Webzilla "Our aim is not to confine people to one backup solution, on the contrary we have developed a flexible cloud backup that allows people to easily incorporate different means of protection." Webzilla understands the importance of data safety and has developed a cloud backup solution specifically targeting the issue. Being based on an open platform, the Webzilla cloud backup allows its users to combine variety of backup options like local backups, Cloud backups to locations of Webzilla Cloud in Europe and United States and simultaneous backups to Webzilla Cloud and other public and private clouds. Moreover, the numerous integrations with Windows and Linux backup utilities enable different types of encryption, boosting security. Continuous synchronization between the Webzilla cloud and the customer’s local storages ensures ease of access. Due to resource pooling and optimal data allocation, Webzilla cloud backup sees tenfold reduction in price for the end user, in comparison to traditional backup. For more information regarding the Webzilla Cloud Backup, visit files.webzilla.com . About Webzilla Webzilla is a world leader in enterprise hosting and cloud services, with a private backbone network linking multiple carrier-neutral datacenters in Europe (Luxembourg and the Netherlands), North America (Texas) and Asia (India and Singapore). Partnerships with most major Tier 1 providers ensure 1,500 Gbps capacity and the best connectivity, allowing seamless handling of high-volume traffic at optimal speed and lowest latency. Webzilla’s engineering staff is adept at building scalable server architecture optimized for specific business requirements. Webzilla is the trusted hosting infrastructure partner of more than 500 enterprise customers in the most data-intensive industries, including e-commerce, game and software developers, payment platforms, FX brokers and video streaming companies. Visit Webzilla online at webzilla.com . About XBT Holding XBT Holding Ltd. is a privately-owned global hosting, network solutions and web development provider founded in 2005, with offices in eight countries. Worldwide enterprise and SMB customers rely on XBT’s international expertise and comprehensive service portfolio, including managed dedicated hosting, colocation, shared and VPS hosting, high-performance network, cloud, web and application development services. The company operates a worldwide proprietary network through five carrier-neutral datacenters and 13 points of presence in the United States, Europe and Asia, with more than 16,000 servers throughout seven subsidiaries.
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Each MVP led event delivers a series of real-world scenarios that demonstrate how to integrate the Cloud OS into the constantly changing landscape of IT Professionals and Developers. MVPs continue to share their Cloud OS expertise and real world experience, helping businesses to think differently about their Cloud solutions. "Cloud OS is a new adventure for everyone and as an MVP its really important to be able to share the vision with our fellow technical experts, said System Center MVP Simon Skinner . Check out what’s happening in each of these regions below! – United Kingdom and Ireland – Canada United Kingdom and Ireland MVPs in the UK and Ireland hit the ground running and continue to lead the way in delivering Cloud OS content to their community. The first MVP Cloud OS community week was hosted at London and boasted 18 UK and Irish MVPs engaging with 450 IT Professionals and Developers in the region. Shortly after the successful week at London, MVPs and the Cloud OS Community User Group produced the MVP Cloud OS Relay and hosted events in 9 different locations across the UK. Cloud OS events in the UK and Ireland have been so popular that MVPs are bringing the roadshow to the community in the comfort of their own home. On March 31, MVPs will launch a week of online sessions dedicated to educating the community about Cloud OS technology and integration. Topics include: Transform the Datacenter Empower People Centric IT Online sessions will be hosted throughout the week and participating MVPs willhost a live Q&A to ensure that all of your questions are answered. You can sign up for these session here Canada The Canadian Cloud OS MVP Roadshow is coming off extremely successful events in Calgary, Vancouver and Montreal, and two more events are planned for April in Toronto and Ottawa. Nine Canadian MVPs have delivered content in the 5 city-tour, which is expected to reach over 350 IT Professionals and Developers. As one attendee put it: I didnt realize the capabilities of Windows Azure! This opens up options. Tremendous planning and execution from the following Canadian MVPs: Jose Fehse Spain MVPs hosted events in Valladolid, Valencia and Murcia. The format of the sessions offered attendees a high level of technical content, along with hands-on demonstrations. 150 IT Professionals and Developers attended the events and more are planned. Central and Eastern Europe MVP Damir Dizdarevic travelled to Sarajevo and Belgrade to speak to nearly 200 attendees about our Cloud OS vision. Damir said, So far this year Ive delivered three Cloud OS Roadshow events, mostly focused on Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows Azure. Local community members in both Bosnia and Serbia paid huge interest to these events, so we organized repeated events to host all the people who wanted to come. Even now, dozens of people are on the waiting lists, so I sincerely hope I will be able to organize and deliver more Cloud OS events during the year. These events are a great idea for providing people with up-to-date information on Microsoft technologies and strategies. Germany In Germany, 8 MVPs took to the stage at one of the biggest IT exhibitions (CeBIT) to deliver a number of outstanding sessions talking about our Cloud Solutions. This activity was preceded by an Insight into any data community meeting including 10 MVPs talking to 350 IT Professionals and Developers about SQL Server. An attendee to the event commented, I think its important [to have this kind of event] as IT gets more and more complicated.
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