Big news at the first physical Dell Technologies World in three years in Las Vegas

Dell Technologies World is running off the stack in Las Vegas these days. In addition to exciting presentations from i.a. Dell Technologies’ founder Michael Dell gives participants the opportunity to gain new knowledge, experience the latest technologies and be among the first to see Dell Technologies recent launches.

New cybersecurity solutions

Earlier this year, Dell Technologies’ as-a-Service solution, APEX, became available in Denmark. Now APEX is being expanded with Dell APEX Cyber ​​Recovery Services that make it easy to recover corporate data after a successful cyber attack.

In addition, Dell PowerProtect Cyber ​​Recovery for Microsoft Azure is launched. This solution enables companies to protect their most important data in an isolated part of their public cloud. With the solution, the extent of attacks is minimized, and the companies’ data will be secured in the event of e.g. ransomware attack.

Last but not least, Dell Technologies is expanding its partnership with Amazon Web Services with the new CyberSense solution for Dell PowerProtect Cyber ​​Recovery for AWS.

Major update to storage portfolio

Dell Technologies is also launching a series of new software updates to the company’s industry-leading portfolio of storage solutions. The more than 500 updates give companies faster insights on data, greater control of multi-cloud and increased cyber resilience.

The updates will be free for existing customers and are expected to be rolled out in the third quarter of 2022.

Companies gain faster data insights with new collaboration

Dell Technologies and cloud data company Snowflake enter into a partnership that collects data from Dell Technologies’ storage solutions with Snowflake Data Cloud. The new collaboration will thus give companies greater flexibility when working with multi-cloud environments. In addition, it will be easier to meet data sovereignty requirements as well as provide a better opportunity to transform data into usable insights.

“This year we are launching a number of exciting solutions and new partnerships that can help Danish companies handle huge amounts of data. The amount of data will continue to increase sharply in the coming years, and therefore companies need effective tools to find knowledge and insights in the vast amounts of data, “says Marianne Lindhard Moe, CEO. at Dell Technologies in Denmark. She continues:

“However, it is not only companies that can use their data. Cybercriminals can do the same in many cases, and Danish companies are increasingly becoming a target for hackers. That is why we are also pleased to be able to launch new cyber security solutions that help companies protect data and quickly return to normal operation in the event of a cyber attack. ”

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