Veritas and Fujitsu have a longstanding partnership that delivers a range of strategic solutions for enterprise cloud transformation. This November 7-8, that partnership will be on display at Fujitsu Forum Munich where we will be celebrating the theme, “Co-Creation for Success”.
The Veritas and Fujitsu partnership delivers unified data management to help accelerate digital transformation, extend data protection to the cloud, and ensure availability for mission-critical applications. Joint enterprise solutions from Veritas and Fujitsu give you a consistent set of powerful capabilities for use across physical, virtual and cloud environments.
For our joint customers, the benefits are clear: Consistency from one ecosystem for the entire data lifecycle, even across complex, hybrid-IT environments; reliability of business-centric storage solutions from Fujitsu enhanced by leading storage management and high-availability software from Veritas; and value, guided by our ability to help customers reduce costs, increase efficiency and productivity, and meet compliance requirements.
Fujitsu Forum provides an opportunity for business and IT leaders from around the world to join subject matter experts from Fujitsu and its partners to discuss how innovative digital solutions can benefit both business and society. Over two days, the event features keynotes from global thought leaders, insightful break-out sessions, and an extensive exhibition hall.
Register now and mark your calendar to come to visit the Veritas booth when you’re in the exhibition hall. And be sure to look for the breakout session, Get Your Backup Strategy Ready for the Digital World. In this session, Andreas Bechter, Global Technical Alliance Manager at Veritas, and Frank Reichart, Senior Director Product Marketing Storage and Data Center Solutions at Fujitsu, show how the latest data protection innovations from Veritas enable you to master old and new challenges, and how cooperation between the two companies delivers complete solution stacks.
I’ll see you in Munich!
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