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As part of its drive to help EMEA channel partners better serve their customers and become trusted advisors when it comes to small business management of data security, backup and recovery, Symantec will launch the Small Business Specialisation programme this autumn. 

The Small Business Specialisation will be introduced for all Symantec partners who are already qualified at silver level and above, and who have expertise in understanding the unique requirements of small business customers.  Further training will be made available, and partners will be rewarded for developing in-depth knowledge of Symantec's small business offerings.  The benefits will include up to a 3% Volume Incentive Rebate programme and access to additional partner marketing funds focused on small business products.

Andrew Douglas, VP of Small Business for Symantec EMEA, says "Recent research we undertook showed that four out of ten small businesses buy their threat protection off the shelf from retail outlets , so there is huge scope for the channel to step in and offer support, advice and products to this market. It's vital that we are able to work with our partners to meet this need. The Small Business Specialisation is an important part of our drive to enable partners to better serve their customers."

Wayne Cockerill, Managing Director of Aindale, a Symantec partner, says "The Small Business market is a challenging one and these businesses often have  a single user approach rather than looking at their business as a small enterprise that needs the right small business solution. Getting the right support from vendors really makes the difference in these sales. We're really excited about the Small Business Specialisation programme from Symantec; it will enable us to grow our SB customer base effectively by offering the best solutions."

Symantec products eligible for the programme are:

  • Symantec Endpoint Protection
  • Symantec Antivirus
  • Symantec Protection Suite
  • Symantec Multi-tier Protection
  • Backup Exec & Backup Exec System Recovery

 For an updated list of eligible products please refer to https://partnernet.symantec.com/

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Killexams : Ghost Security emerges from stealth to defend APIs and apps from attackers

Ghost Security, which its founders describe as an “app security” company, today emerged from stealth with $15 million in combined funding from 468 Capital, DNX Ventures, and Munich Re Ventures at a $50 million valuation. CEO Greg Martin said that the capital will go toward expanding the team, building Ghost’s product, and launching pilots with potential customers.

Apps and APIs are at the core of organizations. Ultimately, they’re what delivers essential info to employees and customers. But increasingly, apps and APIs have become attack vectors. Salt Security — which, to be fair, sells an API protection product — estimates that “malicious” API usage grew 681% from December 2020 to December 2021. As for apps, cybercriminals targeting mobile devices most frequently used them to break in, according to Pradeo Labs research.

Martin claims that Ghost takes a “data science” approach to security to solve challenges that other vendors cannot. While keeping the details high-level and mostly under wraps — Ghost’s product hasn’t launched yet — he said that the company’s technology delivers visibility and risk protection for apps and their dependencies, including services and APIs, in both cloud and on-premises environments.

“As an industry, we are still seeing a lot of legacy thinking around how to deal with the application, data, and microservice sprawl that large scale cloud adoption has created,” Martin said in a press release. “Existing approaches and application security solutions are now dated and losing effectiveness. At Ghost, we are completely rethinking the approach to securing modern applications from the ground up.”

Them’s fighting words for a company that’s preproduct. But Martin highlights that Ghost’s co-founders have considerable expertise in cybersecurity. Josh Larsen, CTO, was an engineering manager at Symantec before joining Check Point as an account manager and co-founding Blackfin Security Group, which Symantec acquired in 2015. Eric Cornelius, chief product officer, was the deputy director of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s control systems security program and a chief product architect at BlackBerry.

Talent is only a part of the equation — and Ghost faces a slew of competition out of the gate. The aforementioned Salt Security has raised tens of millions of dollars for its tech to protect APIs from malicious abuse. Noname, another company aiming to solve API security problems, hit a $1 billion valuation after a $135 million Series C raise last December. Traceable AI, 42Crunch, and Cequence offer comprehensive API security services, too, while on the app security side, there’s vendors like Astrix Security and Enso Security.

That doesn’t faze Hiro Rio Maeda, a managing partner at DNX Ventures and an investor in Ghost. His is a meaningful investment, to be clear, given that the amount of venture capital investment for cybersecurity startups fell 35.8% this quarter on a quarter-over-quarter basis, according to Pitchbook data.

“The surge in adoption of applications, APIs, and microservices represents great growth potential for businesses but also introduces many new attack surfaces,” Maeda said in a statement. “A better approach to securing these assets is needed, and Ghost is well-positioned to address that challenge.”

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Killexams : Student Laptop Software

Software for 2022

MICROSOFT OFFICE

Before you arrive on campus, you should download the current version of Microsoft Office onto your computer.

As part of our contractual agreement with Microsoft, we are able to provide Microsoft Office to every student free of charge. As long as you are a student at DePauw, you’ll be able to use this software for free.

To install your free copy of Microsoft Office:

  • Go to www.office.com/getOffice365

  • At the prompt, enter your DePauw email address

  • Follow the instructions in the email that you receive

If you have trouble installing Office, go to Troubleshoot Installing Office.

Other Software

AntiVirus

As a DePauw student, you are entitled to a free copy of Symantec EndPoint Protection. This is the University licensed antivirus/anti-malware software. The software and updates are free while you are a student at DePauw. Review the Securing Devices article on the IT KnowledgeBase for step-by-step instructions on installing Symantec on your computer.

Curricular Software

Specific curricular software may be required for some classes. Information about this software, which is available as a free download or for a minimal charge, may be found on the IT KnowledgeBase Instructional Support & Software article.

Windows on a Mac

In limited circumstances, Mac users may have to run software that is only available for the Windows operating system. If required for a class, these students will be provided a means to run the software in a virtual environment via our network.

Network Drives

You will need to set up your computer so you can gain access to class files shared on network drives and network printers. Browse to the IT KnowledgeBase Network: Learn About the Network article for step-by-step instructions on connecting to network drives.

Printing

You will need to set up your computer to print to the campus network printers. Browse to the IT KnowledgeBase Printing article for step-by-step instructions on how you can print to DePauw's Canon printer/copiers.

Remote International Student Access to DePauw Google, e-Services, etc.

When having issues connecting to Google or other DePauw online resources for their courses, international students (including those living in China) can use DePauw’s Virtual Desktop or DePauw’s VPN.

More on the IT KnowledgeBase:

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Killexams : Symantec Announces Industry’s First Integrated Email Threat Isolation Solution to Render Advanced Email Attacks Harmless

Symantec Corp (NASDAQ: SYMC), the world’s leading cyber security company, has introduced Email Threat Isolation, which blocks advanced email attacks on end user devices by helping to protect users against spear phishing, credential theft, account takeover and ransomware attacks. Symantec is the first and currently only vendor to offer a complete and integrated email security solution with threat isolation technology for enterprise email, which protects customers from the kind of sophisticated email attacks that are so prevalent in the cloud generation.

“Despite significant efforts by our industry to detect and block email-borne threats, messaging remains the primary vector for malware and scams within the enterprise. The industry requires a paradigm shift to properly secure messaging, and we are excited to be bringing the innovation of integrated isolation technology to email,” said Greg Clark, Symantec CEO. “This revolutionary technology helps enterprises to quickly and easily isolate all malicious email content – both internal and external – to substantially reduce inherent risks within messaging applications. Further, because the technology is cloud-based, organizations can be up and running quickly and easily, reducing stress on already taxed IT teams.”

Email Threat Isolation takes prevention to the next level by ensuring suspicious links to risky web pages are isolated, allowing safe access. This capability gives customers elevated levels of protection against advanced email attacks by creating a secure remote execution environment between users and malicious content. Symantec is the only vendor to offer risk-level based isolation policies to send web traffic from suspicious links to this remote environment, which confines all malicious activity, and only sends a safe visual representation of the content down to the user. In addition, Symantec Email Threat Isolation can render such sites in read-only mode which prevents unsuspecting employees from disclosing sensitive information such as corporate credentials.

Rob Ayoub, Program Director, Security Products, IDC said, "Phishing and ransomware attacks are constantly evolving and are becoming increasingly sophisticated. Isolation represents a new approach to defending against these insidious threats and is particularly useful to defend high value targets. Symantec is the first to integrate threat isolation into its email security solution."

"We are bringing innovation to this critical control point, to significantly reduce reliance on employee behavior, and supply IT administrators greater control over their email environment,” said Patrick Gardner, Symantec senior vice president, email security and advanced threat protection. “As part of our mission to deliver an integrated cyber defense platform, we designed Email Threat Isolation to provide advanced phishing protection to all organizations, whether they use Symantec Email Security or third-party email security solutions. "

Symantec Email Threat Isolation is available globally as a cloud-based service or an on-premises solution.

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Killexams : Two-Factor Authentication Market, Globally Trend MRFR Driven By Benefits Industry Chain Information and Emerging Market Regions 2030

Market Scenario:

The Two-Factor Authentication Market. In the future years, the Two-Factor Authentication Market is estimated to reach a CAGR of 17.28% with a value of USD 8,984.7 Million by 2024 during the forecast period.

The vast use of online transactions and the inclination to digital banking by the users are driving the Two-Factor Authentication Market at the global level. Most countries around the world have adopted online and digital banking; therefore, to secure data, 2F authentication played a major role. The rising development of e-commerce platforms and internet banking for instantly purchasing products is a key market driving factor. The regularized laws by various nations’ central banks for protecting online transactions can set huge opportunities for prominent players. The integration of two-factor authentication for payment procedures in sectors such as healthcare, retail, and BFSI to accelerate the share value of the market.

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Competitive Outlook:

The renowned market contenders profiled in the report include HID Global Corporation (US), Google LLC (US), RSA Security LLC (US), Symantec Corporation (US), Suprema Inc. (South Korea), Fujitsu Ltd (Japan), IDEMIA (France), CA Inc. (US), OneSpan Inc. (US), NEC CORPORATION (Japan), Gemalto NV (Netherlands), to list a few.

Segmentation:

The Two-Factor Authentication Market is segmented based on type, model, technology, and end-users. The type segment consists of One-Time Password (OTP) and Public Key Infrastructure. The one-time passwords segment is projected to gain good share value in the global market due to its wide usage and rapid processing. The model segment of the market has Smart Card with Pin, One-Time Password with Pin, Biometric Technology with Pin, Smart Card with Biometric Technology, Others. Among these, the smart card with a pin to get more preference worldwide due to the rise of online shopping and the launch of new financial modes. The technology segment comprised Safenet OTP Authenticators, PKI Authenticators, Physical and Logical Access Control, Out-Of-Band Authenticators, Mobile PKI Office Suite, Others. The end-users section has Banking and Finance, Government, Military &Defense, Commercial Security, Travel & Immigration, Healthcare, Consumer Electronics, Aerospace, Others. BFSI section is the leading segment to estimate the largest market share. 

Regional Analysis:

The regional report of the Two-Factor Authentication Market shows the growth of the market in regions such as Asia Pacific, North America, Europe, and the rest of the world. North America is the leading market region due to the rise of government mandates for protection for citizen interest and the rise in the spate of cyberattacks. The region’s growth of North America depends on the U.S. and Canada because of major financial organizations and prominent players. The region is forecasted to show a strong CAGR value in the review period.

Industry News:

Quikteks Business Technology Solutions, a U.S. managed services provider, accelerates small and medium enterprises to implement two-factor authentication for preventing data breaches, safe transactions and to secure it from cyber-attacks.

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Killexams : Veeam positioned as a leader in the 2022 Gartner Magic Quadrant

Veeam named by Gartner as a Magic Quadrant Leader and positioned Highest in Ability to Execute three years in a row

DUBAI, UAE Veeam® Software, the leader in backup, recovery and data management solutions that deliver Modern Data Protection, today announced it has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. in the Leaders quadrant of the 2022 Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Backup and Recovery Solutions. Not only does this mark the sixth consecutive time Gartner has recognized Veeam as a Magic Quadrant Leader, but it is the third consecutive year Veeam is positioned highest overall in ability to execute. With over $1 billion in annual bookings and 450,000+ customers of all sizes and locations, Veeam continues to provide its diverse community with the most advanced data protection across all environments – Cloud, Virtual, Physical, SaaS and Kubernetes – plus the highest levels of customer and partner support.

“Veeam continues on an amazing growth trajectory, reporting its 18th consecutive quarter of double-digit growth with an annual recurring revenue (ARR) increase of 22% year-over-year (YoY), on a constant currency basis, for Q2’22,” said Danny Allan, CTO and Senior Vice President of Product Strategy at Veeam. “Now a Magic Quadrant Leader for the sixth time in a row, we believe our innovation and ability to execute validates our solid standing as the #1 trusted provider of modern data protection. Over the past year, Veeam has unveiled more than 30 product updates including Veeam Backup & Replication v11a which includes cloud-native solutions to protect data across AWS, Azure and Google Cloud. We continue to set the very highest product standards and respond to customer demands for redefining security, achieving resiliency and delivering future-ready solutions.”

Consistent innovation and product-led growth were recently on full display at VeeamON 2022, the Modern Data Protection Conference of the Year. Veeam demonstrated key innovations expected in 2H’22 of cloud-native solutions (for AWS, Azure and Google Cloud) and SaaS offerings (Microsoft 365 and Salesforce), as well as deeper integration of Kasten by Veeam K10 for Kubernetes protection and, of course, the highly anticipated Veeam Backup & Replication™ v12.

Magic Quadrant reports are a culmination of rigorous, fact-based research in specific markets, providing a wide-angle view of the relative positions of the providers in markets where growth is high and provider differentiation is distinct. Providers are positioned into four quadrants: Leaders, Challengers, Visionaries and Niche Players. The report included analysis of 14 enterprise data backup and recovery solutions vendors. Access the full report here: https://www.veeam.com/2022-gartner-magic-quadrant.html.

For more information, visit https://www.veeam.com.  

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“As a leading international manufacturer of military and business jets, we needed a world-class data management platform to protect our virtual and physical environments, ensuring that enterprise applications are always operational. Veeam helped to design our next-generation datacenter to create a more simplified and streamlined approach, which will reduce costs and increase productivity. Veeam is also our trusted advisor, allowing us to take advantage of the enhanced NAS backup features and latest AIX Agent capabilities, meaning that our data is always protected and will enable us to continue pioneering new prototype aircraft for our customers across the globe.” – Stéphane Ardouin, Platform Technical Architecture Team Lead, Dassault Aviation

“Our IT priorities are simplification, centralization, cloud migration, cost reduction and optimization. We looked for a backup solution that would match our priorities and offer scalability, license portability and hardware and storage neutrality. We didn’t have to look far because Veeam set the gold standard.” – Frank Buiskool, Hosting and Cloud Operations Manager, Canon Europe

“Even though the Veeam solution is really easy to use, we don’t have to compromise on functionality: we can protect our VMs and physical servers from data loss and cyberattacks from a single point of control.” – Maria Fricher, Systems and Architecture Technology Team, Naturgy

“It was time to bring backup on-premises. We also wanted workload portability for cloud integration and backup immutability for ransomware protection. We considered Symantec NetBackup because some of us had used it before, but we had also used Veeam, and we knew Veeam would fit the bill.” – David Loveless, Infrastructure Manager, Admiral

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Killexams : VMware CEO defends Broadcom deal

When Broadcom confirmed its $61bn acquisition of VMware following market speculation in May 2022, several industry watchers wondered what the mega deal would mean for the virtualisation pioneer and its customers.

After all, many enterprises have come to rely on VMware’s software to run their mission-critical applications and manage their infrastructure, not only in private cloud datacentres but also on public clouds such as Amazon Web Services.

One sceptic pointed out that Broadcom’s acquisition playbook saw CA and Symantec customers facing “massive price hikes, worsening support, and stalled development”, while another was uncertain whether Broadcom would continue investing in VMware products beyond core technologies such as vSphere, VSAN and NSX.

In an interview with Computer Weekly in Singapore, VMware CEO Raghu Raghuram addressed concerns over the impending acquisition and what customers can expect from Broadcom, the evolution of VMware’s cloud strategy and opportunities in the Asia-Pacific region. Here are his answers to our questions.

There are VMware users who are concerned about how the Broadcom acquisition will pan out and the future of their VMware investments. What would you say to those customers to alleviate their concerns?

Raghu Raghuram: As you can imagine, I’ve been talking to many customers in the last two months. My message has been to look at the reasons why Broadcom has made the acquisition, which is the strength of our product portfolio, all of the infrastructure software category, the breadth of our customer base and the centrality of our software in our customers’ cloud infrastructure stack.

They acquired VMware to obviously build and grow the company. They also have a history of investing in R&D. Historically, Broadcom’s investments in R&D have outpaced even the growth of their total revenue. That’s sort of a proof point that they want to work on acquiring engineering-centric companies and invest in growing them. That’s what customers can expect after the closure of the acquisition.

Some analysts have claimed that Broadcom’s acquisition strategy in the past does not showcase an innovation-focused mindset. Following the acquisition, will VMware continue innovating in areas that matter to all customers, whether in hybrid cloud, Kubernetes or security, and not just the most profitable customers?

Raghuram: I think the perception that Broadcom does not invest in innovation is not borne out by facts. They started small as Avago and then they acquired Broadcom, the merchant silicon company that was known for its innovation. They’re continuing to invest pretty heavily in semiconductor innovation in things like wireless technologies, and the world’s smart device companies use Broadcom for various components. All of that would not be possible if the technology was a laggard. So I think if you look at the entirety of Broadcom’s portfolio, you will see a lot of innovation.

The principal reason they are acquiring VMware, besides the strength of our portfolio, is the fact that they want to be leaders in infrastructure software and have the richest portfolio of software in infrastructure and management. That’s really what they’re trying to build as a software organisation.

If you saw the announcements that came alongside the acquisition, what they’ve done is, they’re rebranding their software division as VMware and rolling in some of their existing software assets into VMware. So, they are creating VMware as a broad portfolio of assets that can service all customers, not just the biggest customers. They understand that the customer base of VMware is very different from that of CA or Symantec, which had only a few hundred customers. And so, they are going to follow a different approach in this case once the acquisition closes.

VMware has been fleshing out its cloud strategy over the years. We spoke about that, including Tanzu, the last time we met in Singapore. Can you supply me an update on the strategy and how it is resonating with customers? What do you think VMware can do better?

Raghuram: We are advocating for customers to take the cloud smart approach. If you think about the entirety of digital transformation, you’ve got all types of applications. Customers obviously want to build new cloud-native applications. They want to modernise existing applications and sometimes replatform VM [virtual machine]-based applications into containers. They also have mission-critical back-office and mid-office applications that they sometimes want to leave unchanged, but connected up to the new applications they’re building.

So, it’s a very rich landscape, and they want to build applications at the edge. Some applications might be on the private cloud, while others might be in one particular public cloud, sometimes on cloud-native architecture and sometimes on VMware architecture. What we provide is the choice for customers to look at the application and deliver it to the right location on the right cloud with the right architecture. That really is the distinguishing aspect of our portfolio.

You talked about Tanzu, which is for customers that are building and operating cloud-native applications on public cloud architecture. If they want to take existing applications and move them to the cloud, especially business-critical applications that are sitting in VMs, they use a VMware-based infrastructure stack in the public cloud or on-premise.

They understand that the customer base of VMware is very different than that of CA or Symantec, which had only a few hundred customers. And so, they are going to follow a different approach in this case once the acquisition closes
Raghu Raghuram, VMware

They are also building new applications which are either container-based or VM-based and distributing them to the edge of the network as well. So that’s how we are executing that cloud strategy. We call this cloud smart, and customers use our products because it’s the fastest and cheapest way to achieve their business goals. That’s our value proposition to the customer. The latest developments are the continuing development of Tanzu, the VMware Cloud stack, and the edge compute stack. You are going to hear more about each of these at our user conference this month.

There have been some observations that in terms of market share, the Tanzu Application Platform still pales in comparison to OpenShift. What are your thoughts on that?

Raghuram: If you think about Tanzu portfolio, there are different elements to it. There is the Tanzu Kubernetes distribution, which is very widely distributed, potentially more so than OpenShift. If you look at Tanzu Mission Control, which is a management product, OpenShift does not have such a product.

If you look at the Tanzu Application Platform, which accelerates the path from code to production for developers and helps organisations do effective DevSecOps, that’s a new product that came about only in the first quarter this year. And so, that certainly has fewer customers than OpenShift.

OpenShift has been present for maybe about six or seven years, so it’s been around longer but it’s also an architecture that’s more dated, whereas the VMware architecture is more modular. So, depending on which product you compare, you have a different answer.

Since we’re talking about the competitive landscape, I’m sure you know Nutanix and Red Hat have an ongoing partnership to deliver open hybrid multicloud solutions, even before the Broadcom acquisition was announced. I understand that they’re getting more calls from VMware customers who are exploring options. What are your thoughts on that?

Raghuram: In a competitive market, any time one of your competitors has something big happening, it’s the job of people like Nutanix to go in and try to say: ‘Look, you should not be a VMware [customer]’. But the reality is, customers make long-term choices. They don’t suddenly decide overnight that this is not for me.

So, they absolutely are going to be bombarded with promotions and advertisements from everybody in the industry, but they recognise VMware’s track record and the superiority of VMware solutions. So far, we have not seen any customer say anything other than they’re very committed to VMware.

When I thought about the potential synergies between VMware and Broadcom, Project Monterey came to mind because it’s an initiative that will clearly benefit from the coming together of Broadcom and VMware. What sorts of collaboration do you see on that front?

Raghuram: Broadcom today does not have a smartNIC and so our collaboration on Monterey is with all the other vendors and it’s going really well. As you know, we’ve been working on it for nearly two years now and we expect to get it into production in the near future.

In the long term, like I said earlier, Broadcom has been an innovator in semiconductor technology in merchant silicon, ASICs [application-specific integrated circuits] and those sorts of things. We have been an innovator in software, so I’m sure there will be opportunities for collaboration between our software and systems engineers and Broadcom’s semiconductor engineers. You can look forward to some exciting new collaborations once the acquisition closes.

I think you mentioned once that you enjoy traveling to Asia, because it’s such a dynamic region. I’m sure you see a thriving tech ecosystem and a lot of innovations being driven by a lot of cloud-native unicorns like Bukalapak in Indonesia. Many of these companies don’t really talk much about VMware, to be honest. Are you going after those customers at all?

Raghuram: We are very focused on enterprise customers, by and large. And our value proposition is to combine the rigorous requirements of enterprise with the capabilities of the cloud. That is our sweet spot. Having said that, we do serve cloud native customers, but the vast majority of our business is enterprise-centric.

Where do you see growth coming from in the Asia-Pacific region? What are the sweet spots for VMware geographically?

Raghuram: Like you pointed out, it’s a very dynamic region, and different parts of the region are investing in different things. For example, we see a lot of interest in application modernisation, cloud acceleration and the hybrid workforce across the region. As for individual countries, Singapore has done a lot of work on things like the private cloud in the past. They’re moving to public cloud based on our solutions, and specifically Tanzu. In Japan, they have done a lot with cloud and end-user technologies in the past and they’re continuing to grow. So, every country has its own, I would say, uniqueness.

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Killexams : Veritas Technologies named a leader in the 2022 Gartner Magic Quadrant

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – Veritas Technologies, a leader in multi-cloud data management, today announced it has been named a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Backup and Recovery Software Solutions for the 17th time.1  Veritas believes this recognition further validates the company’s investment and commitment to delivering a rapid pace of innovation and the most advanced solutions to protect and recover the critical data of the world’s largest enterprises.

Enterprises are facing the unparalleled challenge of managing unprecedented data growth across increasingly complex multi-cloud environments, leading to larger attack surfaces and increasing ransomware threats – one of the biggest business risks today. Veritas is uniquely positioned to address this challenge.

Veritas continues to drive innovation as it executes on its vision for delivering Autonomous Data Management, where data is protected invisibly and automatically without sacrificing human oversight. NetBackup 10 is the industry’s first cloud-optimized, highly scalable data protection solution that uses AI and automation, enabling IT to shift its focus from day-to-day business operations to driving transformation. Benefits of the solution include:  

  • Automated operations: Dynamic cloud autoscaling, intelligent cloud policies, and AI-based anomaly detection help to maximize efficiency and security with minimal oversight.
  • Cloud-native architecture: Veritas’ rearchitected NetBackup technology stack integrates new Cloud Scale Technology to provide a unified, cloud-optimized, secure experience across on-premises, hybrid and multi-cloud environments. It combines cloud-native snapshots with elastic deduplication and lifecycle management capabilities to significantly reduce total cost of ownership.
  • Cybersecurity: NetBackup delivers a multi-layered approach to security providing unparalleled ransomware resiliency in the face of an attack, including immutable storage, malware scanning and automated, orchestrated recovery with a single click.
  • Flexibility: NetBackup provides multiple deployment options for customers delivering the flexibility to choose the ideal solution for their unique requirements and use cases. Options include software only, appliances and SaaS solutions.
  • Global reach: Veritas supports large enterprises on a global scale with a strong partner ecosystem, enabling an advanced customer experience across geographies. 

Deepak Mohan, executive vice president of products at Veritas, said: “As enterprises continue to advance their multi-cloud strategies, it is now more important than ever that they deploy an Autonomous Data Management solution that automatically finds and protects data, no matter where it lives, all without human involvement to increase efficiency and reduce complexity. Veritas is continuously innovating and executing to transform the future of data management with autonomous, cloud-optimized solutions. We believe that being recognized as a Leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Backup and Recovery Software Solutions further corroborates our strategy and ongoing dedication to protecting our customers’ critical data consistently and efficiently across any cloud at any scale.”

A complimentary copy of the full 2022 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Backup and Recovery Software Solutions report can be found here.

1Previous titles include Magic Quadrant and Datacenter Backup and Recovery Solutions (2020-2019), Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Backup Software and Integrated Appliances (2014-2015), Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Backup/Recovery Software (2011-2013), Enterprise Backup and Restore Magic Quadrant (2001, 2003-2005), Enterprise Backup Vendor Magic Quadrant (1999-2000). From 2005-2015, Veritas Technologies was known as Symantec.

Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Backup and Recovery Software Solutions, Michael Hoeck, Nik Simpson, Jerry Rozeman, Jason Donham, 28 July 2022.

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About Veritas 

Veritas Technologies is a leader in multi-cloud data management. Over 80,000 customers—including 95% of the Fortune 100–rely on us to help ensure the protection, recoverability, and compliance of their data. Veritas has a reputation for reliability at scale, which delivers the resilience its customers need against the disruptions threatened by cyberattacks, like ransomware. No other vendor is able to match Veritas’ ability to execute, with support for 800+ data sources, 100+ operating systems, 1,400+ storage targets, and 60+ clouds through a single, unified approach. Powered by our Cloud Scale Technology, Veritas is delivering today on its strategy for Autonomous Data Management that reduces operational overhead while delivering greater value.  Learn more at www.veritas.com. Follow us on Twitter at @veritastechllc.

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