reduced data recovery time
Cohesity gives us the ability to easily predict cost, and deliver tremendous performance for our customers when they move from an appliance-based model to clouds such as AWS GovCloud. Cohesity also helps optimize capacity with outstanding deduplication and compression across tenants. These benefits will continue to drive our Enterprise-Backup-as-a-Service offering for our clients, and enable us to easily expand our client portfolio to meet federal customer requirements.
1901 Group delivers cloud, cybersecurity, and enterprise-scale managed services to transition customers from traditional on-premises IT infrastructure and support models, to hybrid cloud solutions that improve performance and reduce costs.
1901 Group wanted to move away from aging legacy infrastructure, and also address similar challenges for its clients who were often juggling three or more legacy platforms for data backup and recovery. While many customers indicated a desire to move to the cloud, the cost savings had to be compelling, and additionally, 1901 Group needed to ensure they would be address cybersecurity threats and compliance concerns.
1901 Group integrated Cohesity in its portfolio to offer backup and recovery, disaster recovery, and cloud archival services to its federal customers. Today, 1901 Group manages over 5PB of data with Cohesity with the confidence to meet future demands without the need for forklift upgrades.
1901 Group finds multiple benefits from Cohesity’s flexible licensing model, outstanding deduplication and compression, and data security. These features allow the company to predict costs, effectively manage cash flow, and align capacity with demand in a multi-tenant provider environment. 1901 Group is now using Cohesity for disaster recovery, replicating data across geographic regions between two data centers, and migrating data seamlessly to AWS GovCloud and S3 Glacier.
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