Scale Computing Announces Business Resilience Solution with Complete VDI, Remote-Work Infrastructure, and Strengthened Ransomware Protection

Scale Computing | July 15, 2020

Scale Computing, a market leader in edge computing, virtualization, and hyperconverged solutions, has today announced a business resilience solution combining preventative availability and reactive recovery technologies to ensure organizations can keep data, applications, and workers online in an increasingly digital world with ever-present threats that can disrupt ongoing business operations and current investments in digital transformation projects. Built around its highly available HC3 platform, Scale Computing’s Business Resilience Solution brings together server virtualization, end-user computing, data protection, and threat mitigation into a single package. This includes complete Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) and remote-work infrastructure with built-in disaster recovery services, enhanced by Scale Computing’s partnership with Acronis® to offer best-of-breed ransomware protection and data backup.

Spotlight

In today’s world, enterprises are undergoing increasing pressure to innovate rapidly, to keep up with competition and to increase IT agility to meet customer demands. To achieve these goals, businesses are choosing different infrastructure environments for deploying different types of applications. Some applications may be best suited to be hosted on-premises, whereas other applications may be best suited to be hosted in a public cloud, and yet others may benefit from hybrid deployments. In fact, hybrid cloud is becoming the new normal for many businesses.

Spotlight

In today’s world, enterprises are undergoing increasing pressure to innovate rapidly, to keep up with competition and to increase IT agility to meet customer demands. To achieve these goals, businesses are choosing different infrastructure environments for deploying different types of applications. Some applications may be best suited to be hosted on-premises, whereas other applications may be best suited to be hosted in a public cloud, and yet others may benefit from hybrid deployments. In fact, hybrid cloud is becoming the new normal for many businesses.

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