Microsoft Azure Integration,
Backup & Recovery
Extend your infrastructure to the cloud for data protection, long-term archival, dev/test and disaster recovery.
Hybrid use cases
Build a hybrid cloud data fabric for a variety of hybrid and cloud-native use cases, including long-term retention, backup, disaster recovery, and dev/test.
Cloud-native use cases
Protect and Manage Secondary Data & Apps in a Hybrid Cloud Environment
Five enterprises explain how they solved mass data fragmentation. Hear from Schneider Electric, Brown University, Hyatt, University of Pennsylvania, and University of California Santa Barbara on their efforts to boost IT agility and lower costs.
Making Data Portable in the Cloud with Cohesity & Microsoft
Mass data fragmentation can impede business decisions. It starts with consolidating your infrastructure to efficiently manage your data over the hybrid cloud. This can be used for backup, long-term retention and disaster recovery.
As you optimize spend in the cloud, here are 3 key areas to consider:
Deliver a comprehensive backup strategy between on-premises and cloud
Provide efficient data governance and control of data in the cloud
Invest in a cloud-native integration for simple connectivity
Backing Up Your Azure Stack Deployment with Cohesity
Hybrid-cloud efficiency and consistency is more important than ever. Learn how simple it is to back up your Azure Stack deployment with Cohesity.
Request a meeting & get a £25 Amazon voucher
Book a WebEx meeting with a Vanquish Tech representative to learn more about extending your infrastructure to the cloud for data protection, long-term archival, dev/test and disaster recovery.
Vanquish Tech are offering a £25 Amazon gift card for taking a meeting with our team.
Cohesity provides enterprise-level backup and DR solutions and can help with the consolidation of fragmented, inefficient islands of secondary storage into an expandable and limitless storage platform.
* Once your Vanquish and Cohesity meeting is completed, an Amazon voucher will be sent to the provided email.