Keepit Enters the U.S. Market with a Blockchain-Based Coud Dedicated to SaaS Data Protection

Keepit, a cloud backup and recovery service provider that offers a blockchain-based cloud dedicated to protecting SaaS data, has announced that it has officially entered the North American market by setting up a US headquarters in Fort Worth, Texas.

The announcement follows an investment of $30 million in the company aimed at driving Keepit’s global growth into a leader in the SaaS data protection market.

Keepit protects data in major business applications including Microsoft 365, Google and Salesforce, and covers a broad client base of major corporations and organizations in all sectors and industries globally.

“Keepit is excited to establish an official presence in the United States and expand its customer base among American IT companies. With the rise and spread of ransomware, companies see it is important now, more than ever, to ensure Back up their data properly.” The fact that Keepit is built on blockchain technology gives us massive competitive differentiators, and provides our partners with a distinct advantage and protection when it comes to their cloud-based data. The very encouraging early response from the partners is a testament to the demand for the Keepit product and the tremendous market opportunity that lies ahead.”

While all large SaaS business applications offer uptime and data protection against attacks, many companies using these services are not aware that they do not come with a built-in backup solution, and that data stored within these services is not automatically protected against data loss. This leaves a gap in coverage that could surprise companies.

Keepit fills this protection gap by offering a fast, reliable and easy-to-use solution with cost-effective and vendor-neutral cloud, according to the company.

Key features of Keepit’s SaaS data protection solution include:

  • Fully automated backup of core SaaS applications (Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Azure Active Directory, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Salesforce, Google Workspace);
  • Blockchain-based encryption technology which ensures that data is immutable and impenetrable to any ransom attack;
  • Vendor-neutral data center infrastructure that stores four backups in two separate locations, ensuring data availability;
  • Unlimited storage and archiving, and quick restore features reduce downtime.

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