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Nexus Information Systems Joins Actifio Partner Program

Nexus Offers the Actifio Data Management Virtualization Software Suite to Reduce the Cost of Data Protection, Disaster Recovery

Nexus Information Systems, a regional leader in data center solutions and services, today announced that the company has become a member of the Actifio Partner Program.  As an approved Actifio partner, Nexus Information Systems will offer its clients the Actifio Data Management Virtualization (DMV) software suite to lower data protection, disaster recovery and business continuity costs. Actifio solutions help customers protect their physical and VMware virtualized environments including VMware Site Recovery Manager.

"Enabling virtualized infrastructures with cost efficient data protection and disaster recovery is a top business requirement for our customers," said Keith Norbie, vice president of sales for Nexus Information Systems. "With the Actifio software suite, we are able to easily eliminate companies' information silos and realize dramatic cost savings while reliably protecting their critical information. We are pleased to become an Actifio authorized reseller."

"Nexus Information Systems is recognized for its superior consulting and services and they are perfectly aligned with our vision of providing comprehensive data protection solutions that provide huge value for our mutual customers," said Ash Ashutosh, CEO, Actifio. "Nexus clients will benefit from the powerful combination of superior Nexus services and Actifio's Data Management Virtualization solutions for data protection, disaster recovery and business continuity."

Designed to help drive revenue quickly in a high-demand market, the Actifio Partner Program provides access to extensive Data Management Virtualization technology training, marketing and customer support programs. The partner program also delivers a comprehensive partner platform for a range of marketing programs designed to drive long term partner success through innovative marketing and financial incentives.

About the Actifio Data Management Virtualization

Actifio's Data Management Virtualization solution combines single SLA, VirtualDataTM Pipeline and Storage virtualization technologies to deliver seamlessly managed data protection, disaster recovery and business continuity solutions that are optimized for bandwidth, capacity and performance. Solutions based on this technology co-exist with other data management applications ensuring investment protection and seamless migration when user deems appropriate. The Actifio software suite consists of ActifioTM DP, for data protection, ActifioTM DR, for disaster recovery and ActifioTM BC, for business continuity. Built on Actifio's VirtualData PipelineTM (VDP) technology, these solutions are the first of a series of data management applications, offering radical simplicity, unprecedented agility, and up to an order of magnitude lower cost. For more information, please visit: http://www.actifio.com.

About Nexus Information Systems

Nexus Information Systems is recognized as a regional leader in data center solutions and services for small to medium businesses through large enterprise clients. From architecture design to implementation, Nexus' focus on virtual infrastructure, business continuity, backup/archiving, networking, client computing, and managed services empowers their clients with the technology required to meet their ever-changing needs. Nexus is devoted to the core values of client satisfaction, integrity, and accountability to continue their long history of quality services and solutions. Read more at nexusmn.com

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