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CA ARCserve MSP Program sets new standard

The CA ARCserve MSP program empowers partners to quickly and cost-efficiently deliver effective, profitable data protection services

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DQW Bureau
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CA Technologies announced the third major release of its industry-leading Managed Service Provider (MSP) licensing program for CA ARCserve. With a further simplified licensing structure, new partner enablement resources and an expanded technology portfolio, the CA ARCserve MSP program empowers partners to quickly and cost-efficiently deliver effective, profitable data protection services.

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The enhanced program include options for MSPs to license CA Technologies industry-leading data protection technology on their choice of per-server, per-workstation, per-socket, per-virtual machine or per-terabyte models-allowing them to structure their software costs to best align with their individual go-to-market strategies.

This flexible approach to licensing complements the CA ARCserve MSP Program's true pay-as-you-go pricing model, which adds a new pricing tier that provides even more incentive, margin, and revenue opportunity for its growing MSP partner community. MSPs only need to pay for what they have used in the previous month-with no minimum volume and no extended lock-in period.

"A combination of factors-including exponentially growing data volume, limited IT budgets and an abundance of available network bandwidth-have created tremendous opportunities for MSPs in the data protection services market. With zero upfront commitment and flexible subscription licensing, the CA ARCserve MSP Program uniquely enables MSPs to capitalize on this market opportunity," said Chris Ross, VP, worldwide sales, data management, CA Technologies.

The CA ARCserve MSP Program has also been enhanced with a smaller, simpler set of product SKUs that make it easier for MSPs to put together their market offerings.

In addition, a new dedicated 'MSP Zone' on CA ARCserve.com streamlines MSP enrollment. New resources include service use-case playbooks that provide high-level descriptions of services, licensing options and sample service level agreements. The MSP Zone also includes an invitation-only area that showcases select MSP profiles and links to their respective sites to give them greater market visibility.

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