Domains and hosting services provider, Crazy Domains, is partnering with support and recovery vendor Dropsuite, to distribute and resell Dropsuite’s website back-up product Dropmysite to its 1.5 million small and medium sized enterprise customers in Australia, the US, UK, Indonesia, and the Middle East.
Singapore-based Dropsuite, currently completing a funding round to raise up to $8 million in capital ahead of its ASX listing scheduled for mid-December, sells its Dropmysite solution to SMEs in more than 100 countries, allowing them to schedule automatic back-ups, monitor website availability and performance, and restore lost or corrupted data.
Dropmysite is able to back up websites built on most platforms, including WordPress, Magento, Joomla, TYPO3, Drupal, and MODX, and all files are encrypted with AES 256-bit encryption. The service is currently being used in more than 100 countries, with this number expected to increase as Dropsuite taps into Crazy Domains’ SME customer base.
Gavin Gibson, COO of Crazy Domains, likened Dropmysite to an insurance policy. “If anything goes wrong, you’re covered.
Ridley Ruth, chief operations officer of Dropsuite, says the partnership with Crazy Domains will focus on the lucrative EMEA market (Europe, Middle East and Asia-Pacific), where cloud services for SMBs is experiencing rapid growth, similar to the rapid adoption rates happening in the United States.
A website can get hacked, infected by a virus, or critical files can be deleted by mistake resulted in a website’s data being corrupted or the site rendered useless. In fact, most website owners don’t always know that their sites have been compromised until it’s too late.
Hardest impacted by website data loss are small and mid-sized business – which is why we’re excited about partnering with Crazy Domains. Their extensive and growing customer base of SMBs means more businesses will have the opportunity of protecting their data.
Gavin Gibson, chief operations officer of Crazy Domains, says together, Crazy Domains and Dropsuite are well-prepared to deliver “disruptive, much-needed cloud services to small and medium-sized customers in the EMEA region — helping them to successfully manoeuvre through the innovations in today’s modern workplace.”