DB Systel UK Presents at Amazon Top Tech Summit

30th May 2019

Cloud consultancy and managed service provider, DB Systel UK spoke to audiences about how they ensure customer confidence around data management at the Amazon Web Services (AWS) UK Summit in London.

AWS hosts free summits around the world, attracting technologists from all industries that are keen to deepen their understanding on how the platform could benefit their business. Over 12,000 people attended the action packed one day event, diving into a variety of sessions lead by experts. Partnered with #1 in Cloud Data Management Veeam N2WS, DB Systel UK's leading Cloud Architect, Stuart Lupton shared with audiences how managing data protection in the cloud can prove challenging and the crucial importance of protecting your data. Sharing highlights of the session, Stuart Lupton explained, -Data backup is critical for every business and with Veeam N2WS, we ensure the highest level of customer confidence by providing a solution that ensures protection of 100% of their data. "By designing streamlined and simple backup solutions for our customers we are ultimately saving them not only cost but also time, as well as our own which allows us to be much more agile in responding to our customer's needs for innovative solutions in the cloud. DB Systel UK are proud AWS and Veeam N2WS partners, working with only the best providers to ensure best in class cloud security. We specialise in understanding what it takes to get you up and running in the public cloud securely with minimum disruption and maximum productivity, giving you more time to focus on your business. If you're looking for a backup solution that protects 100% of your data get in touch on 01302 576576 or click here to register for our upcoming webinar with N2WS Backup & Recovery to find out more about how our backup solutions work for our customers.

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