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Data centre class availability and governance for the mobile and distributed enterprise

As the industry’s fastest growing cloud-based data protection provider, Druva is trusted by over 3,000 global organizations with over 50 PB of data under management. Today, 40% of corporate data resides beyond the data centre on endpoints and in the cloud. This loss of visibility and control introduces new threats to data, forcing enterprises to rethink how to manage business continuity and information governance. Druva’s award-winning solutions offer a single dashboard for backup, availability and governance, dramatically reducing the effort to manage multiple systems, eliminating associated risks and significantly lowering TCO.

 

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