For managed service providers (MSPs) looking to put break/fix services in the rear-view mirror, new applications and cloud-based storage options have unlocked opportunities for agility and growth — and new challenges.
The natural answer to these new technologies is to develop customized technology stacks. And, while it may seem like a great way to deliver a unique customer experience, it eventually comes at the cost of growing your business and delivering the high standards expected of customer service.
In this report, we’ll outline market research that demonstrates how you can unlock business and service benefits when you standardize your technology stack:
The MSP space is evolving rapidly, don’t get left beyond! Download this report to stay ahead of the competition.Read now
The public cloud is increasingly becoming an attractive target for off-site disaster recovery. But, not all the systems which offer this service are created equal.
In this white paper learn the top five considerations to take into account when selecting which cloud service to use as your DR target, including:
Enterprise IT is embracing multi-cloud as the go-to model for cloud deployments. By 2019, nearly 81% of enterprises will have adopted a multi-cloud strategy. While this trend gives organizations more flexibility overall, it puts added pressure on IT teams to manage backup and recovery in a more complex environment.
To reduce complexity and lower costs, it is imperative to deploy a single platform that consolidates management for all of your needs — including both on-premises infrastructure and any public cloud platform you choose.
Which features and functions give you the best opportunity for multi-cloud success?
This special white paper, developed in conjunction with TechTarget, outlines the key factors to consider in maximizing your multi-cloud strategy to achieve:
Microsoft takes care of quite a bit, and provides a great service for their customers. However, Microsoft's primary focus is on managing your Office 365 infrastructure and maintaining uptime to your users. They are empowering YOU with the responsibility of your data.
The misconception that Microsoft fully backs up your data on your behalf is quite common, and without a shift in mindset, could have damaging repercussions when this responsibility is left unattended.Read now
VMware Cloud on Amazon Web Services (AWS) is an on-demand service that enables you to run applications across vSphere-based cloud environments with access to a broad range of AWS services. Powered by VMware Cloud Foundation, this service integrates vSphere, vSAN and NSX along with VMware vCenter management, and is optimized to run on dedicated, elastic, bare-metal AWS infrastructure. With VMware Cloud on AWS, IT teams can manage their cloud-based resources with familiar VMware tools.
This solution brief provides an overview of how Veeam's support of VMware Cloud on AWS helps customers accelerate the adoption of hybrid-cloud implementations with the ability to backup, replicate or migrate workloads to the AWS cloud simply and efficiently and leverage existing investments in VMware Software-Defined Data Center technologies.Read now
Data is a critical asset for all businesses and protecting it is more difficult than ever before - becoming the most important priority for today's IT administrator. It is predicted by Gartner that by 2020, hybrid infrastructure management capabilities will be adopted by 90% of organizations.
This essential guide covers how to use data protection capabilities to create a secure virtualized and cloud environment.Read now
Veeam® Availability solutions drive customer success, but don’t just take it from us! Get a closer look at customer feedback and results while navigating through today’s most important technology trends and challenges such as multi-cloud, modern storage, backup appliances, converged infrastructure and ransomware.
With more than 267,000 customers, Veeam recognizes the new challenges by helping organizations:
Public clouds can become an essential part of your data protection strategy and can even be used as your secondary data center or an offsite backup storage. If you plan and implement cloud adoption the right way, you’ll gain many benefits including cost-efficiency, agility and mobility.
Read this white paper to see what key considerations you need to take on your way to a smooth transition to the cloud and how to address cloud adoption challenges. In this step-by-step guide to the cloud adoption strategy, you’ll also learn:
Although more and more businesses are turning to the cloud to help satisfy increased user demand in this digital age, most businesses end up with a hybrid cloud environment. They must realize that traditional backup and recovery solutions don’t work effectively in highly virtualized and cloud environments –– nor do they take advantage of the flexibility and agility of these environments to improve IT service levels. What is the best way to cope?
Read this new IDG white paper and learn:
This white paper explains how IT administrators can use Veeam® Availability Suite’s™ Veeam Cloud Connect capabilities to build their cloud backup services serving internal customers such as subsidiaries or business units.
Read the white paper and learn