Backup to the Future with VSPEX

Our Backup to the Future launch event was awesome. More than 23,500 of you (and counting) have viewed the event since  July 10, and many of you have asked questions of our experts.

And what’s great is that all the products we announced, including the new midrange Data Domain Systems and the updates to EMC Data Protection Suite (Avamar 7, NetWorker 8.1) will be available with VSPEX Proven Infrastructures this quarter.

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Why is this important?

EMC backup supercharges the VSPEX value prop. You’ll be able to complete backups within windows (up to 90% less time required) and data will be recoverable (via our Data Invulnerability Architecture).

Without backup as a bottleneck (or worry), you’ll have the confidence to go full speed with virtualization – and do more. More virtualization… more app rollouts… more IT projects that drive revenue. And this means more free time for you. Win-win!

One last thing…

Customers who deploy EMC Backup see onaverage a 7 month payback and if they’ve consolidated backup and archive workloads on DataDomain, a 6 month or less payback.

That’s real money that keeps accruing to the bottom line after just two quarters. It’s a backup future anyone can like.

 

Heidi Biggar

Heidi Biggar

Marketing and IT Consultant, Data Protection and Availability Division at EMC Corporation
I’m often asked how a political science major at Tufts wound up in the IT world, covering backup, storage, virtualization and cloud of all things. Truth is, it’s really a love for learning, a need to understand the “bigger picture” and a desire to share that view with others that’s steered my path over the past 20 years, from campaign manager to editor, analyst and marketer. After hours, you’ll find me hanging with family, running 10ks through Peachtree City’s 90 miles of cart paths, watching football or reading. I’m a New England transplant enjoying life in the South. In my previous life, I also blogged for ComputerWorld, Enterprise Strategy Group and Hitachi Data Systems, but The Backup Window is my baby. It's been great watching it evolve.
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About Heidi Biggar

I’m often asked how a political science major at Tufts wound up in the IT world, covering backup, storage, virtualization and cloud of all things. Truth is, it’s really a love for learning, a need to understand the “bigger picture” and a desire to share that view with others that’s steered my path over the past 20 years, from campaign manager to editor, analyst and marketer. After hours, you’ll find me hanging with family, running 10ks through Peachtree City’s 90 miles of cart paths, watching football or reading. I’m a New England transplant enjoying life in the South. In my previous life, I also blogged for ComputerWorld, Enterprise Strategy Group and Hitachi Data Systems, but The Backup Window is my baby. It's been great watching it evolve.

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