Veritas has joined the Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Alliance

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The provider of popular enterprise-class data protection tools Veritas Technologies has just joined the Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Alliance, a free partnership program that aims to provide members the opportunity to create strategic alliances with Microsoft and increase the awareness of their product portfolio to enterprise customers.

Veritas Technologies currently delivers backup and recovery solutions to 86 percent of global Fortune 500 companies, and its NetBackup and Backup Exec solutions provide protection for Microsoft platforms and applications including Windows, Hyper-V, SQL Server, Exchange, and SharePoint.

Veritas VP of Product Management Simon Jelly shared in the press release:

“Hybrid cloud is the next technology wave for business and Veritas is there again for our customers delivering powerful, flexible, and easy-to-use backup and recovery for the entire IT infrastructure regardless of platform: virtual, physical and cloud. Joining the Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Alliance continues that leadership role and is further evidence of our ongoing strategy to support major cloud service providers. With both large global enterprise and SMB footprint of our customers, the Alliance helps accelerate our efforts to provide information management solutions.”

Microsoft Principal PM Manager Chris Lwanga echoed this enthusiasm and said that “we look forward to working with and sharing our ideas with them for the betterment of enterprise customers.” You can learn more about the Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Alliance on the dedicated website.