iland Secure Cloud Console Update Improves Visibility of Global BaaS Environments

iland has announced its Secure Cloud Console has been updated and enhanced with Veeam Cloud Connect to provide greater visibility and control of multi-location backups for large enterprises and managed service providers (MSPs).

The update gives large enterprises and MSPs a single pane of glass view and support for global cloud backups. Customers are provided with increased granularity that allows them to leverage real-time data over multiple accounts and gives them greater control over multiple tenants without extra work or permissions.

Storage management has also been simplified with greater opportunities for self-service, allowing customers to reallocated resources and add new tenants. The update allows global MSPs and enterprises to provide backup-as-a-service internally and, through a single interface, manage multiple repositories and locations.

The iland BAAS Insider Protection feature is an air-gapped repository for data that provides protection against internal and external threats, including ransomware attacks. Customers can now view the status of multi-tenant environments through a single view and Veeam Cloud Connect tenant names and passwords can be updated easily from any location. The entire portfolio of Veeam cloud-based backup solutions can now be managed from a single, unified console.

“With these latest updates, we’re making it easy for channel and enterprise IT customers to extend backup services around the world with a simple, easy-to-use common interface,” said Dante Orsini, iland senior vice president of business development.

The latest updates to iland Secure Cloud Backup with Veeam Cloud Connect have now been rolled out across all 10 of iland’s data centers. New customers can take advantage of a free 30-day trial that includes 5TBs of data.

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