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Dell anchors multi-cloud cyber recovery to APEX | #microsoft | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #hacking | #aihp


Andy Sim (Dell)

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Dell Technologies has introduced managed services for cyber recovery to an expanded APEX portfolio, supported by enhanced partnerships with Microsoft, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Snowflake targeting public and multi-cloud environments.

Under the banner of Dell APEX Cyber Recovery Services, the move is the first in a series of new full-stack solutions set to be housed within the vendor’s as-a-service suite of products, with the aim of simplifying business recovery from cyber attacks.

Specifically, Dell will manage the “day-to-day” cyber recovery vault operations and assist with data recovery, backed by standardised configurations and expertise from nearly 2,000 isolated vault solutions deployed globally.

“APEX is where we continue to deliver simplicity, agility, and control for the multi-cloud world,” said Chuck Whitten, co-COO of Dell. “These services are fully integrated solutions managed by Dell technology across the life cycle and are designed to provide rapid time to value and on-demand scaling with the convenience of a subscription.”

Unveiled on the opening day of Dell Technologies World in Las Vegas, the launch provides “new options” for managed and public cloud cyber recovery offerings within multi-cloud environments. The solution is currently available in the US with broader availability planned for later this year.

“Businesses can feel confident in the ability to recover from a cyber attack and achieve more agility by offloading the day-to-day management of data protection, customers get resiliency through recovery operations from an isolated immutable and intelligent data vault,” Whitten added.

Dell’s increased focus on cyber security and managed services dovetails with evolving partner priorities across ASEAN, a bullseye shot which is widely expected to yield strong return on investment for the channel ecosystem.

According to EDGE Research — commissioned by Channel Asia and delivered in partnership with Tech Research Asia (TRA) — building out managed services capabilities in response to evolving customer buying patterns ranks as a leading priority for channel partners across Southeast Asia, as the ecosystem embraces subscription-based selling.

Specifically, growing annuity revenue currently stands tall as the no.1 strategic objective for value-added resellers, system integrators and solution providers in the region.

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