03/17/2021

Holland & Hart Represents StorageCraft in Combination with Arcserve

Holland & Hart represented StorageCraft Technology Corporation (StorageCraft), whose mission is to protect all data and ensure its constant availability, in its combination with Arcserve, the world's most experienced data and ransomware protection provider.

The combination of the companies formed the most comprehensive global provider of data management and protection solutions for organizations spanning from SMBs to the Fortune 50. The combination will solve the growing market need for a single source to manage and protect workloads throughout the data center, cloud, SaaS applications, and at the edge. With expanded geographic reach, the industry’s broadest product portfolio, flexible business models, and magnified innovation footprint, the combined companies will bring extensive market and revenue opportunities for MSPs, VARs, and distributors.

The Holland & Hart StorageCraft transactional team was led by Salt Lake City-based partner, Marc Porter, with assistance from Paige Coriden, Elizabeth Roberts, John Ludlum, Peter Perla, Trent Timmons, Cory Talbot, Ben Gibbons, Lindsay Silber, and Dave Glynn.

For more information, please see StorageCraft’s press release.

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