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Frequently Asked Questions: Delivering More Efficiency and Productivity with Modernized Data Protection

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Published: February, 2016

New hyper-converged solutions, based on virtualization-centric backup software and converged hardware platforms, represent an important breakthrough for organizations operating in an always-on mode of business. IT organizations faced with tighter budgets, overworked staff and heightened user expectations for system availability increasingly are turning to hyper-converged backup solutions that transform data centers cost efficiently and with a smaller management footprint.

Partnerships between leading backup software and infrastructure suppliers such as Veeam and HPE represent a powerful, synergistic approach to turning data protection and backup from series of disconnected, manual-based steps to an interconnected set of automated processes that promote availability and ensure secure, reliable access to important systems, applications, data and services.

New hyper-converged solutions, based on virtualization-centric backup software and converged hardware platforms, represent an important breakthrough for organizations operating in an always-on mode of business. IT organizations faced with tighter budgets, overworked staff and heightened user expectations for system availability increasingly are turning to hyper-converged backup solutions that transform data centers cost efficiently and with a smaller management footprint.

Partnerships between leading backup software and infrastructure suppliers such as Veeam and HPE represent a powerful, synergistic approach to turning data protection and backup from series of disconnected, manual-based steps to an interconnected set of automated processes that promote availability and ensure secure, reliable access to important systems, applications, data and services.

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