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Get the Power of Zerto IT Resilience Platform on Microsoft Azure for Backup, Disaster Recovery, and Cloud Mobility

June 10, 2019

Protecting data in a cloud infrastructure should be a priority. Not only is the sheer amount of structured and unstructured data your business amassing growing exponentially, but the data is vulnerable to threats, exploits, and breaches. In 2018, IDC reported that worldwide data grew 9% over the previous year of data growth for a compounded […]

A Perfect Pairing: IT Resilience in the Cloud with Zerto and Microsoft Azure

June 5, 2019

“Oh, we like disruption,” said no business owner – ever. The need to ensure an uninterrupted, always-on enterprise is a common pressure point that just about every business faces. Disruption in the flow of business can cause customers to lose confidence and do irreparable damage your brand. However, you can counter the threat of planned […]

ZertoCON 2019 Day Three: Zerto Closes Strong on A Grand Ole Show in Nashville

May 23, 2019

Wow! What a tremendous three days it’s been in Nashville! From the delicious eats to the boot-stomping country music, to inspiring keynotes, gracious customers and partners alike, our last day of ZertoCON 2019 ended on a high note. Our final guest speaker, Phil Goodwin, research director at IDC, offered an insightful look into The State […]

ZertoCON 2019 Day Two: Still Rocking and Rolling in Resilience Country

May 22, 2019

ZertoCON 2019 got rocking and rolling on day two here in the music city. They keynote session was kicked off with some hot licks from Zerto’s own Tal Hayut. The first full day of ZertoCON 2019 got down to business with the keynote from Zerto’s CEO, Ziv Kedem. He offered Zerto’s perspective on the current […]

ZertoCON 2019: Welcome to Resilience Country

May 21, 2019

ZertoCON 2019 has officially two-stepped into Nashville, but this year’s event is sure to top any barnyard boogie. With more than 800 registered, it’s clear that many of our customers and partners are ready to join ‘Resilience Country.’ From all over the world, IT professionals have arrived today, validating what we at Zerto have known […]

Zerto Keeps City of Tyler Blooming with IT Resilience

May 7, 2019

Nestled in the Piney Woods of East Texas between Dallas and Shreveport, Louisiana, Tyler  is home to more than 100,000 citizens and serves as the county seat of Smith County, which covers another 940 miles. The City of Tyler CIO, Benny Yazdanpanahi, leads an IT team that keeps the city running 24/7 with services for public […]

Top 7 Reasons to Attend ZertoCON

April 26, 2019

Like disaster recovery & backup, some things are better together, like ZertoCON 2019 & hosting you! ZertoCON 2019 is less than one month away! Now is the time to register to claim your spot at the IT resilience conference in Nashville, TN, May 20-22. To mark the release of Zerto 7.0 we’ve summarized the top […]

Zerto 7.0: Scaling in the Public Cloud Hyperscalers

April 25, 2019

Thomas Edison, inventor of the electric lightbulb, once said “there’s a way to do it better – find it”. This is something of a mantra for Zerto right now. As a proven leader in cloud mobility and protection, it’s that strive for continued innovation that sets true leaders apart. With this in mind, one of […]

Calling All Hackers, ZertoCON 2019 Wants You!

April 17, 2019

You’ve probably heard that ZertoCON 2019 is going to be in Nashville Tennessee, Monday May 20 – Wednesday May 22. If you haven’t already registered you can do that here. In years past we have always done a session related to APIs/PowerShell and scripting. The chairs are PACKED, to say the least. This year we’re […]

Some Things Are Just Better Together: Announcing Zerto 7.0, Converged DR & Backup!

April 16, 2019

Ever try giving a kid some broccoli just to watch him quickly push the plate away? But, add cheese on top and suddenly broccoli becomes fantastic to them. The same holds true for peanut butter and jelly, fish and chips or whatever you prefer. Some things are simply better together than on their own. The […]