Dell has launched a line of software and services that aim to address the challenges businesses face as the volume of data they need to manage grows.
These new products collectively aim to extend the availability of virtual machine (VM) backups, simplify data management and strengthen recovery.
They include Dell EMC PowerProtect Data Manager with Transparent Snapshots, Dell EMC PowerProtect Appliances with Smart Scale, and Dell Technologies Managed Services for Cyber ââRecovery Solution.
âWhile ransomware attacks can be devastating for people and businesses, accepting defeat as inevitable is not the solution,â said Jeff Boudreau, president and CEO of Dell Infrastructure Solutions Group.
âWe understand that the stakes have never been higher and that the task of protecting data has never been more complex. As a leading provider of data protection hardware and software, our portfolio addresses this growing challenge by helping clients adopt a holistic cybersecurity and data protection strategy to identify, protect, detect, respond to and recover from ransomware. and other cyber attacks.
By adding transparent snapshots to the Dell EMC PowerProtect Data Manager, the company hopes to offer businesses new ways to protect their virtual machines at scale. Virtual machine image-level backups are simplified and automated, with transparent snapshots providing five times faster backups and five times the reduction in virtual machine latency.
Adding Smart Scale to Dell EMC PowerProtect appliances also allows customers to configure multiple appliances – up to 32 – in a single pool. This gives them the ability to manage large sets of data in a single entity.
The latest of these announcements, Dell Technologies Managed Services for Cyber ââRecovery, helps businesses reduce the risk of data loss by enabling Dell experts to manage the day-to-day operations of cyber recovery vaults. It is a set of managed services that build on Dell’s portfolio of consulting, deployment and support services.
Dell launched them against the backdrop of organizations managing more than ten times the amount of data they were five years ago, with the company’s 2021 Global Data Protection Index (GDPI) identifying new challenges in result.
According to the study, companies now manage an average of 14.6 PB of data, up from 1.45 PB five years ago. As a result, 67% are not convinced that critical data can be recovered in the event of a destructive attack or loss, while 62% believe that their existing data protection measures are insufficient to deal with ransomware threats.
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Additionally, the growing adoption of cloud native applications, Kubernetes containers, and AI systems pose an additional threat to data protection, with 63% of them believing that the industry lacks broader mitigation against threats. risks introduced by these technologies.
Dell EMC PowerProtect Data Manager with Transparent Snapshots will be available worldwide during this quarter at no additional cost to customers with existing maintenance contracts. Dell EMC PowerProtect appliances with SmartScale are available in preview and are expected to release generally in the first half of 2022. Dell Technologies Managed Services for Cyber ââRecovery solutions, however, are now available worldwide.
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