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It’s Time to Design Protection for the Future, Today

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Organisations throughout EMEA often view backup and recovery as a necessity; they do not appear to support productivity, drive growth or increase profitability. This perception is understandable given the number of products in the marketplace that simply address backup and recovery alone. Narrow capabilities that do not even cater to all areas of the infrastructure have a tendency to worsen complexity and increase costs rather than the opposite outcome that IT teams strive for. This narrow set of capabilities is also detrimental to the wider IT infrastructure as businesses look to modernize infrastructure and make better use of their information.


Industry analysts support the premise that three information challenges drive technology decisions[1]:

  • Extending virtual and cloud
  • Keeping pace with data growth
  • Reducing cost and complexity


The broad set of capabilities delivered in Backup Exec 15 brings value to business beyond recovery of information. Supporting and enabling the extension of IT infrastructure ever-further into the latest technology leverages the benefits that virtual and cloud infrastructures bring. Making use of this single touch point to manage the increasing volumes of data and the recovery demands imposed not only helps IT to make the best decisions but also to put more into productive, innovative activities. It’s Time for backup and recovery that drives your business. It’s Time for Backup Exec 15.

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[1] ESG, Research Report: 2014 IT Spending Intentions Survey, February 2014

   IDC, Unified Data Protection for Physical and Virtual Environments, January 2014