Westcon strikes storage deal with Actifio

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Westcon has signed an agreement with Actifio to distribute its Copy Data storage solution throughout New Zealand.

The company says the platform is experiencing rapid adoption by partners and users across the region.

“Right now Actifio is extremely relevant in our market,” says Darryl Grauman, national manager, Westcon NZ.

“Any organisation that has business critical systems that require a development, test and production environment should be seriously looking at Actifio to help with efficiencies, cost and risk reduction.”

By virtualising the storage and management of data, Actifio can replace any or all of the siloed data protection and availability storage applications a company might be using, with a single system that’s purpose-built to manage copy data.

Actifio says the disruptive technology is becoming widely and rapidly accepted, with solution architect for the company Joe Hassell saying: “We are seeing huge interest, particularly from Government, enterprise and service provider markets with multiple implementations across diverse industry vertical.”

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