7 Important Reasons You Should Switch to Veeam Today
The digital transformation is upon us. In today’s always-on world, data availability can either make or break your organisation. Consider just how much you rely on data and applications. As a Veeam ProPartner and Gold…
The digital transformation is upon us. In today’s always-on world, data availability can either make or break your organisation.
Consider just how much you rely on data and applications.
As a Veeam ProPartner and Gold Veeam Cloud & Service Provider, we stand behind the quality offering of their Cloud Connect and Availability services.
TIMG clients have been greatly impressed with the delivery of service. We thought we would share the top reasons why:
1. Eliminate Risk of Downtime.
When unexpected data loss occurs, many organisations suffer from an availability gap in access to data. Veeam’s Always-On Enterprise guarantees business continuity to remove your wait times.
2. Unparalleled service and expertise.
One of the highest customer satisfaction ratings in the industry. Leading the market through digital transformation, their global support is available 24/7 to assist with technical issues.
3. Verify the recoverability of your backups.
Veeam delivers real-time monitoring and reporting to deliver unmatched reliability. You won’t find this offered in a legacy backup system. All Veeam backups are guaranteed with complete visibility.
4. The secret formula for success.
Seventy per cent of Fortune 500 companies have switched from legacy backup to Veeam. Workloads in private clouds will grow tenfold. The need for Veeam software is on the rise. Be a part of the biggest cloud movement.
5. Rapidly recover every file, server and application.
Veeam’s Availability for the modern data centre offers the quickest response time in the industry.
6. Reduce complexity.
Veeam offers ease of setup and ease of use. Plus, by using a Veeam Cloud and Service Provider such as TIMG you don’t have to maintain a secondary site for Disaster Recovery.
7. Deliver and cut costs.
The cost of downtime grows every year, with $90K as the current average hourly cost of data loss. Ignoring availability risks costs enterprises $16 million annually. The impact is not just financial. Loss of customer confidence, damage to brand identity and loss of employee confidence impact the bottom line as well.
Data availability doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive.