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VMblog Expert Interview: Making Secondary Storage Invisible with Nutanix Mine with HCYU is a Test Drive Away
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VMblog Expert Interview: Making Secondary Storage Invisible with Nutanix Mine with HCYU is a Test Drive Away

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July 11, 2020

HYCU, Inc. is a pioneering enterprise software company specializing in data backup, protection, migration and recovery for multi-clouds, be they on-premises or public. The company has expanded its roots in data protection and management from on-premises clouds and Nutanix to multi-cloud data management, with the unveiling of HYCU Protégé, a cross-cloud data management solution, and continued support for public clouds, adding Azure support earlier this year.

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About HYCU

HYCU is the fastest-growing leader in the multi-cloud backup and recovery as a service industry. By bringing true SaaS-based data backup to both on-premises and cloud-native environments, the company provides unparalleled data protection, migration and disaster recovery to more than 2,700 companies worldwide. HYCU’s award-winning, purpose-built solutions eliminate the complexity, risk and high cost of legacy-based solutions, providing data protection simplicity in a hyper-connected, multi-cloud world. Customers experience frictionless, cost-effective data backup and recovery, no matter where their data resides. Based in Boston, Mass., the company employs 200 people across the globe. Learn more at www.hycu.com.

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VMblog Expert Interview: Making Secondary Storage Invisible with Nutanix Mine with HCYU is a Test Drive Away

Posted:
July 11, 2020

HYCU, Inc. is a pioneering enterprise software company specializing in data backup, protection, migration and recovery for multi-clouds, be they on-premises or public. The company has expanded its roots in data protection and management from on-premises clouds and Nutanix to multi-cloud data management, with the unveiling of HYCU Protégé, a cross-cloud data management solution, and continued support for public clouds, adding Azure support earlier this year.