The Backup and Disaster Recovery market has continued to mature, resulting in Hybrid Cloud appliances that have emerged as a leading solution for including cloud services into an organization’s data protection plans. DCIG reported that small and midsize organizations would be the first to benefit from Hybrid Cloud appliances as they mitigate or even negate the need to lease or purchase a second site to ensure continuity.
This video features DCIG President and analyst Jerome Wendt and Director of Product Marketing Mike DiMeglio at Unitrends. The two outline what to consider when evaluating a Hybrid Cloud appliance for your organization, including why the cloud is impacting Backup and Disaster Recovery strategies for companies of all sizes and the four trends in data protection that are impacting Hybrid Cloud backup appliances.
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