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EVault, een Seagate onderneming, kondigt een partnerschap met Fujitsu aan

EVault, Inc., een Seagate onderneming (NASDAQ: STX), kondigde vandaag een partnerschap aan met Fujitsu. De strategische partnerschap stelt Fujitsu in staat om zijn back-up en herstel portefeuille uit te breiden en te verbeteren door een serie uitgebreide hybride clouddiensten op de markt te brengen die klanten in staat stellen om effectief van cloud back-up gebruik te maken.

Organisaties hebben tegenwoordig te maken met veranderende en gecompliceerde vereisten voor back-up en herstel en zijn in toenemende mate op zoek naar oplossingen gegevenslocatie en -opslag flexibeler maken. De hybride cloud back-up oplossingen van Fujitsu, die de technologie van Fujitsu met de EVault software combineert, bieden meer keuze voor bedrijven die een betrouwbare, flexibele back-up methode zoeken die veranderende zakelijke en regelgevende vereisten toestaat en meerdere traditionele en cloud-gebaseerde platforms.

“Onze klanten beseffen dat op de cloud gebaseerde diensten aanzienlijke verbeteringen kunnen bieden voor flexibiliteit en kostenbesparing maar ze vragen ook om flexibiliteit bij het gebruik van clouddiensten zodat ze aan hun individuele behoeften kunnen voldoen. Er is geen aanpak die onder alle omstandigheden werkt, en daarom is een hybride benadering voor back-updiensten zo belangrijk”, aldus Cameron McNaught, senior vicepresident cloud en strategische oplossingen van Fujitsu. “De beslissing om met EVault samen te werken was gemakkelijk. We hebben niet alleen een langdurige strategische relatie met Seagate, maar de kwaliteit van de EVault-oplossingen maken dit de perfecte partner voor het leveren van de hybride clouddiensten voor back-up en ondersteunen onze toewijding aan onze klanten – ongeacht hun locatie en grootte – door keuze en flexibiliteit te bieden door middel van het aanbod van Fujitsu clouddiensten.”

In de komende maanden zal Fujitsu een reeks diensten introduceren die gebaseerd zijn op de EVault-technologie die organisaties in staat stelt een hybride cloud back-up strategie om te zetten, met de mogelijkheid om cloudgebaseerde en traditionele locatie-gebaseerde gegevens te beheren en aan de specifieke vereisten voor locatie, naleving en bescherming van de gegevens te voldoen. Klanten kunnen hun gegevens op zowel hun eigen apparaten als op servers, databases en hele systemen opslaan en opvragen, en hebben de flexibiliteit om te bepalen waar en hoe ze hun gegevens opslaan.

Om te helpen bij de back-up en het herstel van grote hoeveelheden gegevens, biedt Fujitsu diensten die het mogelijk maken om gegevens op te slaan op een apparaat op locatie om de initiële complete back-up vast te leggen vóór transport naar een Fujitsu datacenter – waarbij de volgende back-ups plaatsvinden over het netwerk. Tenslotte zal de omvang van Fujitsu Cloud het bedrijf in staat stellen om een optionele rampenhersteldienst aan zijn klanten te bieden.

“Fujitsu is een IT-dienstverlener van wereldklasse met een indrukwekkende achtergrond. Strategische partnerschappen zijn van fundamenteel belang voor het succes van EVault en we verheugen ons op de nauwe samenwerking met Fujitsu,” aldus Terry Cunningham, president en algemeen manager van EVault. “Door gebruik te maken van het solide back-up aanbod van Fujitsu Cloud, brengt het partnerschap een gemakkelijk te implementeren, efficiënte en veilige met de cloud verbonden back-up voor organisaties die te maken hebben met de complexiteit van online bedrijfscontinuïteit.”

Over Fujitsu

Fujitsu is het toonaangevend Japans informatie- en communicatietechnologie (ICT) bedrijf dat een compleet assortiment technologieproducten, oplossingen en diensten biedt. Meer dan 170.000 Fujitsu werknemers ondersteunen klanten in meer dan 100 landen. Wij gebruiken onze ervaring en de kracht van ICT om met onze klanten de toekomst van de samenleving te bepalen. Fujitsu Limited (TSE: 6702) rapporteerde een geconsolideerde omzet van 4,5 biljoen yen (US $ 54 miljard) voor het boekjaar eindigend op 31 maart 2012. U kunt meer informatie vinden op http://www.fujitsu.com.

Over EVault

Meer dan 38.000 kleine en middelgrote bedrijven vertrouwen op de cloudgebaseerde back-up en hersteldiensten van EVault. EVault back-up oplossingen worden geleverd door een team van deskundigen op het gebied van gegevensherstel en maken gebruik van de beste cloudtechnologie. Ze integreren naadloos de back-up van gegevensbeveiliging zowel ter plaatse als online voor een snelle, lokale toegang tot gegevens en een gegarandeerd rampenherstel via clouddiensten. EVault technologie, geoptimaliseerd voor gedistribueerde omgevingen en ondersteund door een ijzersterke cloud, drijft ook diensten aan van aanbieders van cloudservices, datacentra, telecommunicatiebedrijven, aanbieders van software, en vele anderen. EVault is een Seagate Company.

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