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Exclusive interview: LiveBackup and Asigra partnership

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Vladimir Milanovic
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Peter Thompson, Founder and Managing Director of LiveBackup had the opportunity to speak with Eran Farajun,
Asigra’s Executive VP at this year’s Asigra Cloud Backup Partner Summit.

The leaders of the two companies got together for an exclusive interview during which Mr Farajun spoke about Asigra’s close partnership with LiveBackup and the value of that partnership for the Australian cloud backup market. Mr Farajun explained that LiveBackup has strategic importance for their company as the Gold Coast-based provider has developed a robust service offering based on Asigra software and a strong customer base of enterprise businesses across the country.

“It’s very important for some channel partners who don’t want to go to the great lengths of putting together the kind of service that LiveBackup has done,” Mr Farajun commented in regards to the LiveBackup and Asigra partnership.

Since it was founded in 2010, LiveBackup has made a huge investment in building its core service infrastructure which incorporates Asigra’s world-leading backup and recovery software. This investment helped to lay the foundation for other Australian cloud backup service providers who can take advantage of LiveBackup’s robust storage platform, engineering expertise and experience in deploying Asigra software to deliver premium backup services to their customers.

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About Vladimir Milanovic

Vladimir Milanovic
Vladimir has been working with GCOMM since 2010 on the design and implementation of the recent branding and marketing strategies. He was also responsible for the rebranding of LiveBackup in 2012. Between 2006 and 2010 he was involved in the creation and launch of Imperial Tobacco’s European BTL platform for its Davidoff brand as well as for the rebranding of French icon, Gitanes. Vladimir graduated from the Belgrade University of Arts in 2005.
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