Veritas Backup Exec certified for Microsoft Azure and Windows Server 2019

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A recent press release reports, “Veritas Technologies, a worldwide leader in enterprise data protection and software-defined storage, today announced that its unified data protection solution Veritas Backup Exec has obtained certification for Microsoft Azure and Windows Server 2019. The latest version of Veritas Backup Exec will empower organizations of any size to tailor their data protection with trusted and seamless support, wherever their data resides, be it on physical or virtual machines or in the cloud.”

The release goes on, “Disaster Recovery is the last line of defense in today`s dynamic digital world as it enables organizations to quickly restore their data and critical applications in the case of an IT disaster, ransomware attack or data loss. “Although there is no magic answer on how much impact downtime will have on your business, current industry surveys have shown that the average enterprise organization estimates an impact cost of approximately $5,600 for every minute of unplanned downtime in its primary computing environment”, according to a Gartner report[1]. To avoid massive financial losses and reputational damage, organizations need to recover their business critical infrastructure to the latest point as fast as possible, wherever the applications and the data reside.”

It adds, “Veritas shares more than 25 years of collaboration with Microsoft, allowing customers to meet increasingly stricter and tighter data protection and disaster recovery objectives. With the latest certification for Veritas Backup Exec, joint customers can implement a tailored protection with customizable Service Level Agreements (SLAs) for Microsoft Azure and Windows Server 2019 based environments to further optimize their protection and cost.”

Read more at veritas.com.

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