Data drives enterprise organizations. Nutanix and Veeam® commissioned Vanson Bourne to undertake a research study on the hybrid cloud, migrating to the hyperconverged architecture and changing data-protection requirements in Europe:
In this article, the Wall Street Journal covers how a leading nonprofit’s strategy for data Availability is making thousands of wishes come true for thousands of children.Read now
Downtime and disaster recovery (DR), data management across hybrid environments and complying with data protection and retention regulations are just some of the challenges facing healthcare organizations today.
With full support for VMware vSAN and VMware Cloud on AWS, Veeam® Backup & Replication™ allows healthcare organizations to move data securely across multi-cloud infrastructures while complying with complex data protection and retention regulations facing healthcare organizations today.
Read how Veeam and VMware protect vital patient data while increasing business innovation, agility and extending Availability to healthcare service providers, clinics and primary care practitioners.Read now
Data is the lifeblood of most businesses and it’s everybody’s job to protect it. That said, it’s IT’s job to know how to protect it. In the age of the cloud, how safe are your mission-critical functions?
As 81% of enterprises embrace a multi-cloud strategy, it’s now critical that data and applications are always available across all cloud types including private, public and hybrid clouds to meet the innovation and competitive demands of your business. Learn how organizations across the globe are discovering the importance of rapid data recoverability and high Availability and how to mitigate the potentially negative business impact of taking shortcuts.Read now
Let's face it, digital data have become the lifeblood of the modern school system. Lesson plans, grades, student and staff records, correspondence, bus schedules—all now reside in the ether. Lose availability to that data and IT is going to hear about it, loudly.
When things go wrong and they lose availability to their data, schools must be able to restore lost data and get their services back up fast—at a price they can afford.
Here's how to do it.Read now