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Veeam Software is dedicated to helping state and local government agencies in Texas maintain accurate data protection and recovery at all times. Veeam® powers the modern government agency by providing award-winning products that deliver Availability for the Always-On Enterprise™. Our team of dedicated account managers and solution architects located in Texas provide solutions to protect all electronic data, making specific reference to encryption, access controls, key management, risk management, auditing and monitoring.

For more details, visit www.veeam.com/sled

Company Description

Veeam® recognizes the new challenges companies across the globe face in enabling the Always-On

Enterprise™, a business that must operate 24.7.365. To address this, Veeam has pioneered a new market of Availability for the Always-On Enterprise™ by helping organizations meet recovery time and point objectives (RTPO™) of less than 15 minutes for all applications and data, through a fundamentally new kind of solution that delivers high-speed recovery, data loss avoidance, verified recoverability, leveraged data and complete visibility.

Veeam Availability Suite™, which includes Veeam Backup & Replication™, leverages virtualization, storage and cloud technologies that enable the modern data center to help organizations save time, mitigate risks and dramatically reduce capital and operational costs, while always supporting the current and future business goals of Veeam customers.

Founded in 2006, Veeam has 51,000+ ProPartners and 267,500+ customers with the highest customer

satisfaction scores in the industry. Headquartered in Baar, Switzerland, Veeam has offices in more than 30 countries. To learn more, visit https://www.veeam.com or follow Veeam on Twitter @veeam.

Backup professionals used to prepare for physical disasters, while security professionals planned for different types of disasters. In the age of ransomware, the lines between these disciplines are disappearing, yet too many security and backup teams are still not in synch.