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BlueApache garners platinum status with Veeam

10 Nov 15

BlueApache has garnered elite status from Veeam, being named Victoria’s first Veeam cloud and service provider platinum partner.

The platinum status is an invitation only status level, requiring partners to meet stringent criteria.

Peter Bender, Veeam Software head of channel and alliances says BlueApache were recognised for their award winning IT-as-a-service (ITaaS) and business continuity solutions that enable more Australasian organisations achieve an always-on business.

The network and cloud solutions provider offers busienss continuity, disaster recovery and backup solutions aligned with Veeam’s ‘always-on business’ push.

“To succeed in today’s technology-driven environment, organisations require applications and services to be completely available – they cannot afford any downtime,” Bender says.

 He says as the demand for security and the always-on business rises, offsite backups and replication have become a necessity for organisations of all sizes wanting to protect workplace continuity and ensure system simplicity.

“blueAPACHE has a proven history of successfully delivering both onsite and cloud-based solutions to the financial services, construction, logistics, public and technology sectors,” Veeam says.

Chris Marshall, BlueApache managing director, says the partnership is a testament to the company’s continued investment in business continuity solutions for its clients, the technology excellence developed by its team, and the BlueApache’s close relationship with Veeam.

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