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Parablu, Microsoft Partner to Co-Sell Cybersecurity, Data Resiliency Solutions

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Parablu, a data protection and management solutions provider, has reached a multi-year agreement with Microsoft to co-sell its BluVault and Ransomware Defense Suite SaaS offerings.

Commenting on the agreement, Parablu Chief Strategy Officer Randy De Meno said:

"This alliance empowers Microsoft and its ecosystem of partners to deliver proven heterogeneous data management, backup and data security solutions built for OneDrive for Business and Microsoft Azure, while giving customers a proactive defense against malicious actors."

Parablu to Utilize Microsoft Cloud Infrastructure and Services

With the agreement, Parablu is leveraging Microsoft Azure and Microsoft 365 to deliver "scalable, secure, cost-efficient and cyber-resilient data management and protection solutions," according to the companies.

Parablu's zero- and low-cost storage options secure data across endpoints and Microsoft 365, the company indicated. They are backed by the Microsoft cloud.

Meanwhile, Parablu's Ransomware Defense Suite helps businesses detect and recover from cyberattacks, the company said. It offers accelerated recovery options, file/device quarantining features and e-Discovery.

The agreement includes plans to enhance Parablu's SaaS offering with the Azure OpenAI Service and other Azure Services, the company said.

A Closer Look at Parablu

Parablu offers data security and resiliency solutions for the digital enterprise, the company noted. Organizations can use these solutions to protect their data and gain visibility into all data movement through centrally managed dashboards.

In addition to Microsoft, Parablu has a cloud partnership in place with Linode. Parablu also has various technology and distribution partnerships in place. The company offers a partner program for MSPs and hosting providers as well.

Dan Kobialka

Dan Kobialka is senior contributing editor, MSSP Alert and ChannelE2E. He covers IT security, IT service provider business strategies and partner programs. Dan holds a M.A. in Print and Multimedia Journalism from Emerson College and a B.A. in English from Bridgewater State University. In his free time, Dan enjoys jogging, traveling, playing sports, touring breweries and watching football.