Focus on innovation, not infrastructure, with backup storage from Dell APEX.
As organizations of all sizes and across all industries digitally transform, data has quickly become the most vital asset to their business. Data plays a central role as a source of competitive differentiation, with the ability to drive innovation through new products, services, and business models. That is why it is imperative to keep this asset protected.
Increase confidence in data recovery.
It has been said that the only things that are guaranteed in life are death and taxes. With the dramatic upsurge in ransomware and malware attacks over the last 12 months, we can now probably add cyberattacks to that list as well.
According to the 2022 Global Data Protection Index Snapshot research (GDPI), nearly half of organizations reported suffering a cyberattack or other cyber incident that prevented access to their data in the last 12 months, resulting in financial losses that averaged $660k per incident. Not surprisingly, 63 percent of these same organizations lack the confidence they can reliably recover all business-critical data in the event of a cyberattack
Dell PowerEdge server portfolio additions accelerate high performance computing and artificial intelligence outcomes
Dell Technologies (NYSE:DELL) expands its high performance computing (HPC) portfolio, offering powerful solutions to help organizations quickly innovate with confidence. With a range of new offers, Dell delivers technologies and services to help customers power demanding applications while making HPC capabilities more accessible to businesses.
Dell PowerProtect Data Manager software advancements and new appliance help customers improve operational security and cyber resiliency
Dell Technologies (NYSE:DELL) is expanding its industry leadership in data protection appliances and software1 to help customers protect their data on premises, in public clouds and at the edge.
The Dell PowerProtect Data Manager Appliance leads a series of advancements for multicloud data protection that are simple to use and easy to consume. Dell innovation in AI-powered resilience and operational security accelerates the adoption of Zero Trust architectures, helping protect organizations from the increasing threat of cyberattacks.
We hear it everywhere - the economy is uncertain, and in the face of rising inflation and interest rates, businesses need to adapt.
The common refrain that we hear from business leaders is, 'how can I do more with less?' How can IT organizations continue to modernize and create a competitive advantage, while continuing to support the business at the same time?
To help us answer this question, we asked Forrester senior analyst Tracy Woo to share Forrester's research and insights on changing cloud trends and strategies that organizations are using to continue modernizing their infrastructure in the face of economic headwinds.
Dell APEX, by design, is a significant step forward in embracing Dell's commitment to the Green Data Center.
Environmental sustainability is no longer icing on the cake, it's a necessary ingredient to an organization's business strategy. Leading IT companies have a responsibility to manage environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues. Dell APEX, by design, is a significant step forward in embracing Dell's commitment to the Green Data Center. Furthermore, Dell demonstrates the highest standards in commitment to sustainability when coupled with its strategic partnerships ensuring that our customer experience, especially within the APEX portfolio, offers the brightest future for our global IT ecosystem.
Modern and secure multicloud data protection made easy.
Dell introduced the new PowerProtect Data Manager Appliance to help you simplify data protection, enhance cybersecurity and get more IT self-service capabilities so you can speed up your digital modernization efforts.
65 percent of respondents to the 2022 Global Data Protection Index (GDPI) snapshot research indicated that increased data protection operational management time and complexity is a challenge facing their organization.
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