Datapac achieve Gold Veeam Partner status

By Maurice Garvey

DRIMNAGH-based IT services provider Datapac has become one of the only partners in Ireland to achieve Gold Partner Status from Veeam ProPartner Programme.

Veeam Software, a global leader in backup solutions that deliver cloud data management, has more than 375,000 customers across the globe.

Karen OConnor General Manager Datapac compressor

Karen O'Connor, General Manager, Datapac

Datapac achieved the status based on its experience and expertise in delivering Veeam-powered cloud data management services to guarantee data availability and data protection for Irish businesses.

Datapac’s step-up from Silver to Gold Partner follows an increase in market demand for cloud backup and disaster recovery services.

Through this partnership, Datapac can enable businesses to scale their data management and backup requirements easily and affordably in line with exactly what they need.

Karen O’Connor, general manager, Datapac, said: “At Datapac, we aim to provide our customers with the most advanced data protection services. That means building strong partnerships with the world’s leading technology vendors and we’re delighted to consolidate our relationship with Veeam Software by achieving Gold ProPartner Status.

“Now more than ever, customers expect more from their IT environments, including fast response times, continuous uptime and zero data loss. With continued investment in our partnerships, we are well equipped to manage our customers’ IT infrastructures reliably and effectively, regardless of where their data resides.”

Alex Walsh, Manager of Channels, UK and Ireland, Veeam, said they are confident in Datapac’s ability to recommend and deliver the full suite of Veeam solutions.

“Datapac has a deep knowledge of the local market and are committed to providing Irish organisations with the most cutting-edge technology.”

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