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VeriStor Named to the Zerto Cloud Advisory Board
VeriStor Systems, an advanced IT solutions provider specializing in virtual infrastructure and enterprise private, public and hybrid cloud services and solutions, today announced that it has been named to the Zerto Cloud Advisory Board, an organization formed to engage cloud service providers in the future of Zerto technology and solution developments to enhance end-user experience.

"Zerto is an innovator in business continuity and disaster recovery for virtualized IT infrastructure and the cloud," said Steve Bishop, CTO, VeriStor. "Their Zerto Virtual Replication solution is an ideal disaster recovery solution for the hybrid clouds that our customers want as they look to benefit from the reliable, efficient, agile infrastructure that also minimizes complexity and reduces cost. We are honored to join the Zerto Cloud Advisory Board in support of their continued development efforts to enhance user experience while improving data protection and workload mobility both to the cloud and in the cloud."

The Zerto Cloud Advisory board was formed to represent the cloud service provider's viewpoint on current and future Zerto technology and solution developments, and to enhance the end-user experience by providing a forum to share best practices. The members of the Zerto Advisory Board are senior managers of companies spanning a range of industry sectors, geographic locations and technology usage within the Zerto customer base. This wide experience means the Board can effectively advise on the full range of existing and proposed product and service offerings. The Zerto Advisory Board is a valuable tool to ensure that Zerto solutions are positioned to satisfy the long-term needs of both customers and cloud service providers.

Published Wednesday, March 11, 2015 6:05 PM by David Marshall
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