We are delighted to invite you to a free learning event with lunch to be held with Veeam at IBM in Holte on the 26th of November: Critical data management and protection for your journey to the cloud.
The hyper-growth of data requires cloud strategies that simplify management and optimize the protection of the data and applications that power your business. See how Veeam with IBM Cloudsimplifies data protection and disaster recovery across the datacenter and in the cloud.
In this event, we will share how Veeam quickly and easily:
Backs up and recovers workloads to and in the cloud.
Cost-effectively manages archiving and long-term retention.
Avoids unforeseen dangers lurking in your backups.
You will furthermore gain insights around critical data management from any.cloud:
What do multi-billion dollar enterprises in the entertainment and shipping industries have in common? any.cloud knows the answer. They have vast amounts of data that must be protected and available at all times. If data is not protected and available, they risk customer loss, reputational damage, and financial ruin.
Join us for an open discussion of what IBM Cloud with Veeam Intelligent Data Management will do for your business:
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