As more organizations turn to Hybrid IT infrastructures to drive their digital transformation efforts, data Availability becomes a business issue, not just an IT issue. With today’s 24.7.365 data and application needs, finding the right solution for the data-driven enterprise can be difficult. Most organizations are unable to manage and maintain data recovery and backup needs that are driving up operational costs.
By deploying modern solutions from HPE and Veeam, organizations can leverage both primary and secondary storage to close these Availability and data protection gaps, while also lowering costs, reducing complexity, mitigating risk and fostering innovation and business agility.
Read this white paper to find the right Hybrid IT solution for your data-driven organization.Read now
Is your business prepared to meet the May 25, 2018 deadline for compliance with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)? According to a recent report by Crowd Research Partners, most organizations aren’t, but it’s not too late to take steps to prepare for GDPR and avoid huge penalties.
Read this new white paper based on a Redmond Fireside Chat, Veeam’s® Road to GDPR Compliancy, and learn:
Digital transformation is dramatically changing how the world interacts. Ensuring your services and applications are always available to employees — and customers — is essential to becoming a digital leader.
The journey to Always-On™ application Availability begins with a close examination of your current infrastructure to determine the cause of unwanted downtime. From eliminating data loss and slow data recovery to minimizing risk and decreasing downtime, you can leverage Availability initiatives to jumpstart digital transformation, rapidly adapt to business changes and become an industry leader.
Read this eBook to learn how six companies achieved 24/7 Availability with help from Cisco and Veeam®.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:
Disaster recovery and data protection are especially important as agencies push more services online. Regulatory compliance and e-discovery requirements are yet another reason state and local government agencies need to take data protection and disaster recovery seriously. As agencies continue to move critical applications such as email to the cloud, they need to maintain control, visibility and access to data.
This brief explores:
Nothing is more critical to a business than customer acquisition and retention. This is achieved in today's 24.7.365 digital world through application Availability. Thus, the brunt of customer demand in the always-on era data center is born by infrastructure and data protection systems for backup, recovery and business continuity.
Learn how reliable data protection can keep your hyperconverged data center ready to meet customer demand. In this white paper, find out how:
It’s no secret that well-crafted and reliable data protection infrastructures are essential to business competitiveness. When using Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Veeam® together, organizations can realize benefits such as better data Availability, streamlined IT operations, reduced data loss risk and significant financial rewards.
View this Business Value Snapshot based on the IDC Research Paper, "The Business Value of High Availability Storage Environments from Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Veeam Software," to see a sampling of the benefits that joint HPE and Veeam customers have experienced.Read now
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:
Suppose you are the CIO of a state government agency and you decided to move your systems to the cloud to save money. You knew that keeping your servers, operating systems and databases on site was too costly. And suppose this move truly enabled you to do more with less and that your stakeholders loved the improved performance.
Migrating away from end-of-life systems and moving data to the cloud improved life for the people you serve because they now had access to information anytime, anywhere and on any device. And your capital expenditures also dropped dramatically. But then it turned out that just migrating to the cloud did not solve all your security problems. You realize you are still responsible for the security of your data.
In this white paper, we address: