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Hottest Privately Held Cybersecurity and IT Infrastructure Company? Zerto.
The JMP Securities Elite 80 list identifies the "most interesting and strategically positioned private companies" in the Cybersecurity and IT infrastructure markets. Today, Zerto, an industry leader for IT resilience, announces it has one again been named to the annual list, marking the company's sixth consecutive year as a member.

Each of the companies in the JMP Securities Elite 80 have the capability to dominate their respective markets.  

"We are delighted to be named to the Elite 80 list once again and see it as strong validation of our approach to resilience, disaster recovery, data protection and cloud mobility," explained Gil Levonai, CMO and SVP of Product at Zerto. "We will continue to invest in building the most innovative solutions and execute our vision flawlessly to address the data protection needs of our customers and prospects."

The report identifies that as enterprise organizations migrate applications to virtualized or cloud-based infrastructure, traditional array-based business continuity, disaster recovery, and backup solutions frequently become more complex and difficult to scale. However, Zerto's IT Resilience Platform is optimized for a virtual paradigm and provides greater flexibility, better asset utilization, and reduced operational and maintenance costs providing enterprises true IT resilience. Its comprehensive IT Resilience solution has served as a growth engine, allowing the company to obtain over 8,000 customers.

JMP also noted that the increasing adoption of new data center architectures and the cloud is driving demand for solutions that are purpose-built for today's IT environments. As a member of the Elite 80 for several years, Zerto has demonstrated an ability to deliver consistent, long term innovation and success in enterprise-class backup, disaster recovery, and business continuity software for virtualized data centers and cloud environments.
Published Tuesday, April 21, 2020 8:38 AM by David Marshall
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