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Transforming the Way MSPs Create and Deliver DR Plans

Disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) is the next big wave for the MSP community and if you are not offering it or considering offering it, your competitor may be. Join PlanITDR's CEO, Paul Franks and Datto's Channel Development Manager, Nadia Karatsoreos, as they discuss how to position disaster recovery solutions to your prospects and why you should be selling it as a service! Here’s a quick look at the top five reasons to consider a DRaaS offering to your clients.

  1. Cost Reduction
  2. IT Resources
  3. Reduce Complexity
  4. Hardware/Software Agnostic 
  5. Planning Software

Our Presenters:

Nadia Karatsoreos

Nadia Karatsoreos

Datto, Inc.

Channel Development Manager

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Nadia Karatsoreos
Channel Development Manager

Nadia Karatsoreos

Nadia is the Director of Channel Development, focused on Datto Networking.  Over the years she has assisted channel partners in building their businesses by adopting best practices and resources proven to accelerate success and deliver an exceptional experience to the businesses they serve. A results-oriented professional who puts partners first, Nadia has many years of experience in business development and channel relations. She also serves on the Executive Council for CompTIA's Cloud Community and previously on the Future Leaders Community. Nadia has been recognized by CRN as one of the Top Women of the Channel for multiple years and one of the Top 100 People You Don't Know But Should in 2016.

Paul Franks

Paul Franks

PlanITDR

CEO

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Paul Franks
CEO

Paul Franks

Paul is a successful technology entrepreneur and over his 20 year career has developed multiple organizations and professional teams to meet a broad scope of technology needs for business clients of all shapes and sizes. The growing demand for Intelligent Business Continuity Solutions in his customer base lead Paul to launch ThinkGard to focus solely on Disaster Preparedness in the SMB marketplace.

Paul is the author of Year 2000 Survival Guide which provided wise counsel to the technical community during the Y2K uncertainty period. Paul is a graduate of Herzing University and resides in the Birmingham area with his wife, Neely, and their three sons.