Global Storage Achieves Australian First with VMWare Disaster Recovery As-A-Service Certification

Global Storage achieves Australian first with VMware disaster recovery as-a-service certification

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Global Storage is pleased to announce that they are the first Australian partner to have achieved the VMWare Disaster Recovery as-a-service certification. They are one of only six partners with this certification across Asia Pacific.

Gavin Hoffmann, Director of Sales and Marketing, says ‘This recognition from VMWare really highlights our commitment to providing exceptional disaster recovery services to our clients. We’re thrilled that we can showcase our skills and be the leader in ANZ for the development of these services in partnership with VMWare.’
As digital transformation initiatives and cloud adoption continue to accelerate, the need for business continuity, data protection and management has never been greater. The need to reign in data sprawl and extract business value match the enterprise’s quest for visibility, insight and desire to lower capital expenditures and cloud operating costs.

The new certification allows Global Storage to provide services enabling clients to replicate their data and virtual infrastructure to Global Storage cloud environments. The DRaaS model eliminates costly capital expenses and frees IT from spending valuable time on lengthy planning, acquisition, deployment and management cycles or business continuity.

“We are excited with Global Storage’s introduction of our VMware DRaaS solution to the many new markets served by our partner of many years. The combination of our leading solution and Global Storage’s market deep knowledge and innovative services offer reliable customer solutions and dependable local services backed by local expertise,” said Guy Bartram., Director of Product Marketing at VMware, Inc.

About Global Storage

We go where the data is and deliver a comprehensive suite of enterprise cloud services for computing, backup, disaster recovery, storage, and regulatory compliance. With over two decades of data management experience, the Global Storage team is uniquely qualified to help companies of all sizes realize agility, efficiency and intelligent data management across diverse cloud environments.

Formed in 1997, we have 50+ staff across our branches in Melbourne (head office), Sydney, and Brisbane, and our satellite offices in the US. In 2021, Global Storage achieved ISO 27001 Certification through BSI Global.

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