Dell offers an expanded ecosystem of multi-cloud data management tools for its customers with a focus on data recovery services, adding recovery storage support for local as well as public cloud assets.

“Our customers want help to reduce complexity and are looking for solutions that use a common approach to data management wherever they live – from public clouds, to the data center, to the periphery,” said Chuck Wheaton, chief operating officer, Dell Technologies. , in a statement. “We build a portfolio of software and services that simplify local and multi-cloud environments and offers.”

The system aims to help recover from cyber attacks

As a first step in this effort, Dell expanded its APEX portfolio locally IaaS (infrastructure as a service) cloud-managed solution with the introduction of Dell APEX cyber recovery services. This add-on aims to simplify recovery from cyber attacks by managing a daily cyber recovery vault with other Dell-assisted recovery options.

The Dell Cyber ​​Recovery Vault is an isolated environment in which critical data backups are stored physically and logically isolated from other systems and locations. The vault has a recovery path designed to minimize downtime, costs and lost revenue from cyber attacks.

Dell claims expertise in 2,000 isolated vault solutions deployed worldwide. Dell APEX cyber recovery services were provided in the United States this month, with more availability planned later this year.

“While multi-hybrid cloud interconnectivity can provide significant flexibility, it also increases the need for sophisticated recovery capabilities that ensure business sustainability,” said Gary McAllum, senior analyst at TAG Cyber. “In today’s environment of cyber threats, companies of all sizes are increasingly targeting destructive and destructive attacks that threaten business operations. It’s clear that Dell recognizes this opportunity with its new cyber recovery capabilities.

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