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Veeam 2024 outlines Cloud Protection Trends

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New report shows the top drivers impacting data protection strategies are organizations’ desire to integrate cyber technologies with data protection and backup,​ and an improved, consistent protection of cloud-hosted workloads​

Veeam Software released the Veeam 2024 Cloud Protection Trends Report, a comprehensive research project that explores the use of cloud-powered protection mechanisms for production data. The new report examines various cloud-based data protection strategies, including cloud storage, Backup as a Service (BaaS), Managed BaaS, and Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS). The findings are based on 1,600 unbiased responses from IT decision-makers responsible for data protection of their on-premises servers or workloads and use cloud services as part of their data protection strategy. 

“Enterprises are starting to realize that it’s not if or even when they will suffer from a ransomware or cyberattack, but how many times,”

Dave Russell, senior vice president of strategy at Veeam.

“Enterprises are starting to realize that it’s not if or even when they will suffer from a ransomware or cyberattack, but how many times,” said Dave Russell, senior vice president of strategy at Veeam. “As the #1 leader in data protection and ransomware recovery, Veeam’s latest Data Protection Trends Report finds that two of the top drivers affecting changes in data protection strategy are the desire to integrate cyber technologies with data protection and backup, and secondly, the improved, consistent protection of cloud-hosted workloads. As our recurring market research watched the evolutions within the BaaS market, customer preference that ‘the first-party software vendor should deliver BaaS’ has risen to become the most important aspect for new buyers. In line with customer demands, Veeam recently launched the Veeam Data Cloud which provides first-party protection of Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Azure. We strive to support organizations on their journey to cloud-powered data protection and as part of Veeam’s ongoing mission to enable cyber resiliency and keep businesses running.”

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