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The continuity solutions your clients need to protect their data and minimize their downtime.

Why SMBs need continuity solutions that have their backs

Our continuity solutions can build trust and reduce risk for your SMBs (small and medium-sized businesses)

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A break in continuity can cost $10,000/hour.1

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54% of businesses have had a downtime incident.2

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33% of network folders aren’t protected at all.3

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37% of SMBs have lost data in the cloud.4

Solution combinations help SMBs safeguard their operations

Third-party apps that protect SMBs’ data and keep them up and running

Microsoft and Acronis

The best combination for data protection, with coverage for M365 and Server/VM.

Microsoft and Axcient

The must-have backup for Windows-only machines.

Microsoft and Dropsuite

Dropsuite gives you plug-and-play onboarding, NFR (not for resale), and advanced search functionality.

Microsoft and Redstor

Redstor effectively backs up workstations, M365, and G Suite.

Our resources help you sell continuity with success

Grow your continuity business with these Pax8 resources

Calculate your cost of downtime



Your business would lose an estimated $1,000 in sales and productivity for every hour of downtime, resulting in $1,000 lost during a full business day of downtime.

Best-in-class continuity solutions for your business.

The good news? Cloud backup solutions can cost as little as $1,000 per seat per month.

Continuity fact sheet

Show your SMBs exactly why they need to add continuity to their tech stack.

Guide to Selling Backup

Learn the specifics about selling continuity solutions to your SMBs.

Continuity Fundamentals

The basics of continuity help you sell the right solutions to the right SMBs.

Sales resources

White-labeled templates so you can sell continuity solutions with ease.

Learn to sell solutions that reduce risk for your clients

Contact a solutions consultant and get started on continuity

$375K USD median

$1.62M USD mean

The median recovery cost for those that used backups is half the cost incurred by those that paid the ransom.5

  1. Datto, Ransomware and the Cost of Downtime, https://www.datto.com/resources/ransomware-and-the-cost-of-downtime.
  2. DataCore, 17 Shocking Statistics about Disaster Recovery and Business Resiliency, April 19, 2018, https://www.datacore.com/blog/17-shocking-statistics-about-disaster-recovery-and-business-resiliency-where-does-your-organization-stand-part-1/.
  3. Varonis, 2021 Global Data Risk Report, 2021, https://info.varonis.com/hubfs/docs/research_reports/2021-Financial-Data-Risk-Report.pdf.
  4. Infrascale, Infrascale Survey Highlights the Heavy Costs of Business Downtime, May 13, 2020, https://www.infrascale.com/press-release/infrascale-survey-highlights-the-heavy-costs-of-business-downtime.
  5. Sophos, State of Ransomware 2023, May, 2023, https://assets.sophos.com/X24WTUEQ/at/c949g7693gsnjh9rb9gr8/sophos-state-of-ransomware-2023-wp.pdf.

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