|By Business Wire||
|December 4, 2012 08:02 AM EST||
A EVault, Inc., uma empresa Seagate (NASDAQ:STX), anunciou hoje sua expansão no mercado brasileiro através da parceria com o Grupo Alcateia, distribuidor líder em soluções de TI no Brasil. A Alcateia foi escolhido para ser o distribuidor brasileiro da linha completa de serviços de proteção de dados na nuvem da EVault, incluindo EVault SaaS, EVault Endpoint Protection e EVault Cloud Disaster Recovery Service.
A EVault fornece soluções de proteção de dados locais e na nuvem para ajudar as empresas a protegerem os ambientes de TI distribuídos, com o suporte de uma infraestrutura segura e confiável, apoiada por um serviço ao cliente da mais alta qualidade. A EVault é líder no seguimento de proteção de dados híbrida, com uma solução integrada de software e armazenagem EVault, SaaS, serviços gerenciados e ferramentas que ajudam a garantir a manutenção da continuidade dos negócios dos clientes. Voltada para o mercado de empresa de pequeno a grande porte, as soluções da EVault são otimizadas para o desempenho em ambientes de múltiplas plataformas e operações remotas .
"As necessidades dos clientes estão mudando, e eles estão cada vez mais exigindo soluções de backup e recuperação em nuvem que sejam mais dinâmicas, seguras e confiáveis", disse Ricardo Marques, gerente de produto da Alcateia. "Com o impressionante portfólio da EVault, agora podemos distribuir aos nossos revendedores as melhores soluções de proteção na nuvem no mercado. Isto oferece, tanto aos nossos revendedores quanto aos seus clientes, opções escaláveis e infalíveis que se adaptam a qualquer modelo empresarial".
Com quase 200 milhões de pessoas e uma economia em rápida expansão, o Brasil apresenta uma grande oportunidade para provedores de distribuidores de soluções de TI na nuvem. Em um comunicado de imprensa de 18 de setembro de 2012, a Gartner prognosticou que o maior índice de crescimento regional dos serviços públicos em nuvem para 2012 acontecerá nas regiões Ásia/Pacífico (incluindo Índia e Indonésia), grande China, Eurásia (incluindo a Rússia) e na América Latina (incluindo Argentina, México e Brasil). Com mais de 25.000 clientes, o Alcateia é um dos maiores distribuidores de soluções de computação em nuvem no Brasil.
"Dando continuidade à expansão dos nossos serviços para novos mercados ao redor do mundo, o Brasil foi, naturalmente, o próximo passo. O país tem uma economia vibrante em crescimento, com potencial para a adoção massiva da nuvem. A expansão rápida do setor privado no Brasil produziu uma necessidade elevada de soluções de backup e recuperação", disse William DaCunha , VP Américas da EVault. "O Alcateia lidera o mercado de distribuição de TI no Brasil há mais de duas décadas, e essa parceria estratégica expande nossos serviços de conexão em nuvem para a comunidade brasileira de revendedores, ajudando as empresas a protegerem adequadamente os dados críticos dos negócios".
Os serviços e produtos de backup e recuperação na nuvem da EVault já estão disponíveis através da Alcateia.
Sobre a EVault
Mais de 38.000 empresas confiam nos serviços de recuperação e backup conectados em nuvem da EVault. Executadas por uma equipe de especialistas em recuperação de dados e usando a melhor tecnologia na nuvem, as soluções de backup da EVault integram continuamente a proteção de dados de backup in loco e online para um acesso local rápido de dados e garantida de recuperação de desastres em nuvem. Otimizada para ambientes distribuídos e apoiada por uma nuvem blindada, a tecnologia EVault também potencializa as ofertas dos provedores de serviços em nuvem, centros de processamento de dados, empresas de telecomunicações, fornecedores independentes de software e muitos outras. A EVault é uma empresa da Seagate.
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