Dell targets multi-cloud ecosystem with cyber recovery and data analytics

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Full Bio on May 2, 2022 | Topic: Cloud

One year on from unveiling its Apex-as-a-service portfolio, Dell Technologies is bolstering the portfolio to move beyond infrastructure and target more workload-based solutions, with the launch of Apex Cyber Recovery. The service is designed to streamline the deployment of cyber recovery solutions through standardised configurations and recovery options.

“With Apex Cyber Recovery, customers can feel confident in the ability to recover from a destructive cyber attack and achieve more agility by offloading the day-to-day management of data protection. Customers get more resiliency from an isolated, immutable, and intelligent data vault,” Dell Apex product management vice president Chad Dunn told media during a briefing on Apex.

Apex Cyber Recovery is initially being made available in the US with plans for broader availability later this year.

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