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Haylee Conradi

Haylee Conradi is a Product Marketing Manager at Continuum, focusing on Backup and Disaster Recovery and Help Desk. Haylee is responsible for product positioning, messaging, and go-to-marketing strategies for Continuum’s growing solution portfolio. Prior to product marketing, Haylee supported the development of strategic partnerships with MSP community organizations, and managed acquisition and growth programs for the EMEA and APAC markets. Haylee holds a bachelor’s degree in Communications from Northeastern University and enjoys spending time outdoors and traveling to new places.

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4 Benefits of Consolidating Your BDR Tech Stack in 2018

Posted by Haylee Conradi on February 6, 2018

4 Benefits of Consolidating Your BDR Tech Stack in 2018

Backup and Disaster Recovery (BDR) has grown to become an essential offering that’s included in almost every modern MSP’s portfolio. With uptime now a critical component to SMB success and users demanding always-on access to data and applications, BDR is no longer just an add-on or optional service—it’s a must-have.

However, most current BDR offerings aren’t built to support the varied and wide-ranging backup use-cases that these businesses require, forcing MSPs to stitch together multiple solution and maintain a complex technology stack. Unfortunately, this can cause major problems down the line and stunt your growth and profitability. Keep reading to discover the operational and financial benefits of consolidating your BDR technology stack in 2018.

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