Dell Launches 7 New Apex, AWS, Storage And Cloud Offers
From new Apex as-a-Service solutions to bringing its storage software IP to the public cloud, Dell Technologies makes its first big splash in 2022 with seven new solutions.
Apex Backup Services; Includes PCs and Mobile Devices
Dell’s new SaaS-based Apex Backup Services aims to provides simplified and secure cloud data protection that can be deployed in minutes and scaled on-demand.
“It’s a truly SaaS experience and it’s really built to protect in the cloud. That includes SaaS applications like Office 365, Salesforce, Google Workspace. It allows you to also protect endpoints as well, so your desktops, laptops and mobile devices,” said Gordon. “It also can protect what we would call a hybrid workload. So think of that as, for example, a VM that you have on-prem and you want to be able to protect and back that up into the public cloud. There’s also some built-in ransomware protection into the software as well.”
As data becomes more challenging to protect across multiple clouds, Apex Backup Services provides end-to-end scalable, secure data protection with centralized monitoring and management for SaaS applications, endpoints and hybrid workloads. Included in Apex Backup Services is resilient security capabilities to protect against cyberattacks with instant detection, rapid response and accelerated recovery.
Channel partners can resell Apex Backup Services now on a global basis. Apex Backup Services does not require onboarding into the Apex Console and is managed and deployed by Dell. The offer is eligible for channel “standard storage incentives” including base rebates, marketing development funds and Dells New Business Incentive.