Dell has declared new backup services

Dell has declared addition of a new backup as a services

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Dell is one of the most renowned companies around the world. The company has been working with the latest technology these days. Recently the company has announced the addition of a new backup as a service. It has offered this service to its portfolio of cloud backup services. According to the sources, it was found that this new backup service will help users to protect their data on popular Software as a Service (SaaS) applications. These applications will be Microsoft 365, Google Workspace, and Salesforce. However, it was also believed that it will not provide native data protection services. But when companies like Dell provide such services in the market the users have truth and faith in them.

Dell with Druva

The Product Manager of Dell has informed about the Dell EMC Power Protect Backup Service. Further added that Companies can now enjoy the flexibility and choice to consumer workloads across multi-cloud environments. The manager has also added that now Companies can enjoy these services even without compromising their most valuable assets which data. The data will be secured in every sense. So the companies do not need to worry about this content of data hack. Also, Dell is collaborating with Druva to leverage its cloud infrastructure for the Power Protect Backup service.

Dell EBS

Dell Enterprise Back-up Solutions have become a mission-critical technology. The reason behind this is that the companies rely more heavily than ever on their IT environment. Now during the time of coronavirus pandemic, we have seen the technological world has increased at a fast pace. Dell provides immense support to Organisations in their IT transformation. Dell’s habit of bringing new technology makes it the industry-leading data protection technology.

Power Protect Backup

This backup service which is provided by Dell is the power protection back up by the company. The company’s management has so that the service can be deployed in minutes. However, it is easily manageable and can be managed through an intuitive web-based administration interface. The interface will give users a single pane of glass view to all their SaaS apps and also enable them to scale the storage space as per their requirements.

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