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As-a-service data protection makes the most of your data – and pays you back

Legacy data protection technology severely hinders digital transformation. When you’re ready to modernize and move beyond outdated systems, consider data protection as-a-service. A versatile, resilient, agile solution puts you in control of both data and costs.

HPE-GreenLake_ROI-on-DP_blog-TW-LI.pngIf your organization has been postponing modernizing data protection, it could be time to make a move. Between the recent rise in cyberattacks and exponential data growth, protecting data has become job #1 for many IT organizations, and an aging backup infrastructure increases your vulnerability.

By taking a more modern approach, you don't have to choose between cost-effective operations and agile, scalable data protection. New data protection as-a-service solutions not only make your infrastructure more resilient, they can also deliver a speedy return on investment.

In a recent article, Ashish Prakash, VP and General Manager of HPE Cloud Data Services, Storage & Big Data, explains how a modern data protection strategy can keep costs in line, help accelerate processes, and improve business outcomes. Read the article to learn about the five key characteristics of a modern data protection solution that help organizations quickly back up, recover, and maximize the value of backup data, all while reducing costs.

Ashwin Shetty is a Product Marketing Manager in the HPE Storage and Big Data Group. Ashwin helps customers understand the value of modernizing their data protection with HPE Cloud Volumes Backup, HPE StoreOnce, HPE RMC, and HPE Cloud Bank Storage.

Ashwin Shetty
Hewlett Packard Enterprise

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Ashwin Shetty is a Product Marketing Manager in HPE Storage. In this role, Ashwin is responsible for helping customer understand the value of modernizing their data protection with HPE Backup and Recovery Service, HPE StoreOnce, HPE RMC, HPE Cloud Volumes Backup and HPE StoreEver Tape. Prior to joining HPE, Ashwin worked in the sales and marketing groups of Oracle and HCL. Follow Ashwin on Twitter You can also connect with him on LinkedIn.