Dell Technologies has introduced new Dell EMC PowerProtect DP series integrated appliances and PowerProtect Data Manager software advancements to help customers protect, manage and recover data from traditional and modern applications across core data centres, edge locations and public clouds.
Dell has also announced PowerProtect Cyber Recovery the first data vaulting solution endorsed by Sheltered Harbor to enhance cyber resiliency in the financial sector.
“Companies are managing almost 40% more data than last year according to this year’s Dell Technologies Global Data Protection Index Snapshot. Along with exponential data growth, the rise of multi-cloud strategies and modern applications creates new challenges,” said Jeff Boudreau, President and General Manager, Infrastructure Solutions Group at Dell Technologies. “Data protection is not a one-size-fits-all proposition. Dell Technologies continues to advance our target and integrated appliances portfolio and software-defined data protection offerings, helping customers manage today’s challenges while keeping an eye on what lies ahead.”
PowerProtect DP series is Dell’s next generation integrated data protection appliance, offering complete backup, recovery, replication, deduplication, cloud readiness with Disaster Recovery and long-term retention to the public cloud.
“The rise of modern applications, multi-cloud strategies and the sheer amount of data created present data protection challenges our company faces every day,” said Clifton Dorsey, Vice President, Warrell Corporation. “The PowerProtect portfolio, including the new PowerProtect DP series capabilities, help us address these changing IT and data protection requirements.”
Steven Ayoub, president, AHEAD, added that: “The Dell EMC PowerProtect portfolio provides customers with a wide variety of simple, efficient and agile data protection options, so that they can choose the approach that best fits their IT strategy. Dell Technologies is a very strong partner and new offerings like the PowerProtect DP series are changing the game in data protection.”
Phil Goodwin, Research Director, IDC, said as companies embrace modern IT, they also must adopt data protection solutions that can handle today’s challenges without losing sight of what lies ahead. “With these updates to the PowerProtect portfolio, Dell is simultaneously simplifying its portfolio and expanding its capabilities to protect both existing and emerging workload requirements,” he said.Click below to share this article