Code42, the leader in endpoint data protection and management, today announced that Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), a premier institution of higher learning for sciences, engineering and technology, selected CrashPlan for Enterprise to protect and manage the university’s end-user data.
After a thorough vetting process, MIT chose CrashPlan enterprise endpoint backup via the Internet2 NET+ service
to protect the laptops and desktops of faculty, staff and students.
Today’s announcement adds to a growing list of top universities that
have selected CrashPlan through Internet2—a member-owned, advanced
technology community of more than 250 United States universities—which
last year named Code42 as its only vendor for endpoint backup.
from the MIT user community prompted the search for a new backup
solution; users indicated the need for an easier interface, with the
ability to protect larger amounts of data located beyond the
university’s own data center. MIT selected CrashPlan based on a number
of factors, including Internet2 NET+ peer reviews, the overall user
experience and competitive pricing. With CrashPlan, MIT offers users an
enhanced backup experience while making it easier for users to access
and restore data on their own—from any device, anywhere.
of the leading technology institutions in the country, the work of MIT
faculty, staff and students requires the best protection available,”
said Brian Bell, president and chief operating officer at Code42. “MIT’s
selection of Code42—along with the tremendous, overall success of
Internet2 NET+ CrashPlan—validates our position as higher ed’s choice
for endpoint data protection.”