Data management vendor Veeam passed US$1 billion in annual bookings on 15 May, its co-founder and executive vice-president of sales and marketing, Ratmir Timashev, has announced.
Mismanaging data is costing Australian businesses about $2.5 million a year, according to a newly published research report that also reveals Australia’s IT decision-makers are demanding more from their data management investments, despite most estimating that they achieve more than double the amount they invest.
Organisations in Australia achieve more than double what they expect when they invest in data management, but still want more, the enterprise data management company Veritas says, based on a study that was carried out across 15 countries.
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