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EVault – ein Seagate-Unternehmen – gibt Partnerschaft mit Fujitsu bekannt

EVault, Inc., ein Seagate-Unternehmen (NASDAQ: STX), hat heute eine Partnerschaft mit Fujitsu bekannt gegeben. Durch die strategische Partnerschaft kann Fujitsu sein Portfolio für Sicherung und Wiederherstellung durch die Einführung einer Reihe umfangreicher hybrider Cloud-Services erweitern und bereichern, mit denen Kunden Backupmöglichkeiten in der Cloud optimal nutzen können.

Unternehmen müssen heute sich ändernde und komplizierte Anforderungen für Datensicherung und -wiederherstellung beherrschen und sind verstärkt auf der Suche nach Lösungen, die bei Datenverortung und -Speicherung Flexibilität bieten. Die hybriden Cloud-Backup-Lösungen von Fujitsu, bei denen Fujitsu-Technologie mit EVault-Software kombiniert wird, werden neue Auswahlmöglichkeiten für Unternehmen bieten, die eine zuverlässige, bewegliche Backupmethode nutzen möchten, die sich ändernden geschäftlichen und regulatorischen Anforderungen und vielfachen traditionellen wie Cloud-Plattformen gerecht wird.

„Unsere Klienten erkennen, dass cloudbasierte Services bei Beweglichkeit und Kosteneinsparungen deutliche Verbesserungen mit sich bringen können; sie benötigen aber auch Flexibilität bei der Übernahme von Cloudservices, damit sie ihren individuellen Bedarf erfüllen können. Eine Einheitsmethode funktioniert nicht, weshalb bei Backup-Services ein hybrider Ansatz so wichtig ist“, sagte Cameron McNaught, Senior Vice President für die Cloud und strategische Lösungen bei Fujitsu. „Die Entscheidung, mit EVault zusammenzuarbeiten, war einfach. Wir haben nicht nur eine seit Langem bestehende strategische Beziehung mit Seagate; die Qualitäten der Lösungen von EVault machen das Unternehmen auch zu einem perfekten Partner bei der Bereitstellung des Hybrid-Cloud-Service für die Datensicherung und unterstützen so unsere Verpflichtung für unsere Kunden – ganz gleich, wo und wie groß diese sind –, über die Serviceangebote der Fujitsu-Cloud Auswahlmöglichkeiten und Beweglichkeit zu bieten.“

In den nächsten Monaten wird Fujitsu eine Reihe von Services auf der Grundlage der EVault-Technologie auf den Markt bringen, mit denen Unternehmen eine hybride Cloud-Backup-Strategie einführen können, mit der Möglichkeit, cloudbasierte und traditionelle betriebsinterne Daten zu verwalten und die spezifischen Anforderungen bei Datenresidenz, -compliance oder -schutz zu erfüllen. Die Kunden werden ihre Daten sowohl von Clientgeräten als auch von Servern, Datenbanken und ganzen Systemen aus speichern und abfragen können und haben die Flexibilität zu definieren, wo und wie sie ihre Daten speichern.

Um bei der Sicherung und Wiederherstellung großer Datenmengen schnell helfen zu können, wird Fujitsu Services anbieten, mit denen Daten auf einem betriebsinternen Gerät gespeichert werden können, um die erste vollständige Datensicherung vor der Übertragung an ein Fujitsu-Datenzentrum zu erfassen – wobei die folgenden Backups über das Netzwerk erfolgen. Schließlich wird der Umfang der Fujitsu Cloud es dem Unternehmen ermöglichen, seinen Kunden einen optionalen Wiederherstellungsservice im Krisenfall (Disaster Recovery) anzubieten.

„Fujitsu ist ein erstklassiger Anbieter von IT-Services mit einer beeindruckenden Tradition. Strategische Partnerschaften sind grundlegend für den Erfolg von EVault, und wir freuen uns, so eng mit Fujitsu zusammenzuarbeiten“, sagte Terry Cunningham, Präsident und Geschäftsführer von EVault. „Mit optimaler Nutzung der soliden Backup-Angebote von EVault in der Fujitsu Cloud bringt die Partnerschaft Unternehmen, die die Komplexität der Online-Geschäftskontinuität beherrschen müssen, einfach zu implementierende, effiziente und sichere mit der Cloud verbundene Backups.“

Über Fujitsu

Fujitsu ist ein führendes japanisches Unternehmen für Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologie (IKT), das ein komplimentes Sortiment technischer Produkte, Lösungen und Services anbietet. Über 170.000 Beschäftigte betreuen Kunden in über 100 Ländern. Wir nutzen unsere Erfahrung und die Möglichkeiten der IKT, um die Zukunft der Gesellschaft zusammen mit unseren Kunden zu gestalten. Fujitsu Limited (TSE: 6702) berichtete für das zum 31. März 2012 zu Ende gegangene Steuerjahr konsolidierte Umsätze von 4,5 Billionen Yen (40 Milliarden Euro, 54 Milliarden US-Dollar). Weitere Informationen erhalten Sie unter http://www.fujitsu.com.

Über EVault

Über 38.000 mittelständische Unternehmen verlassen sich auf die Datensicherungs- und Wiederherstellungslösungen mit Cloud-Verbindung von EVault. Ein Team aus Fachleuten für Datenwiederherstellung bietet mit Hilfe der allerbesten Cloud-Technologien, EVault-Datensicherungslösungen, die nahtlos vor Ort integriert werden können, sowie Online-Datensicherung für schnellen lokalen Datenzugriff und garantierte Wiederherstellung aus der Cloud im Notfall (Disaster Recovery). Die Technologie von EVault ist für dezentrale Umgebungen optimiert, wird durch eine robuste Cloud-Infrastruktur abgesichert und unterstützt auch Angebote von Cloud-Dienstleistern, Datenzentren, Telekom-Anbietern, ISVs und vielen anderen. EVault ist ein Unternehmen der Seagate-Gruppe.

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