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The Smart Techie was renamed Siliconindia India Edition starting Feb 2012 to continue the nearly two decade track record of excellence of our US edition.

October - 2012 - issue > In Conversation

Backup and Recovery: Solutions is the Growth Engine

Surajit Sen
Country Manager-Backup Recovery System(BRS)-EMC India and SAARC
Monday, October 1, 2012
Surajit Sen
Surajit Sen is the Country Manager-Backup Recovery System (BRS) at EMC India and SAARC. EMC (NYSE: EMC) enables businesses and service providers to transform their operations and deliver information technology as a service. BRS focuses on protecting information and preserving all changes to that information for extended periods of time, eliminating slow data backup and recovery while improving reliability, and minimizing IT investments and reducing power costs while increasing end-user confidence.

In a career spanning over 17 years, Sen has managed various leadership roles in Sales, Sales Management, Product Management, Channel Management and Field Marketing. Prior to EMC, he worked at NetApp, Wipro Infotech and HCL Infosystems. He holds an engineering degree from IIT Roorkee and an MBA from Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies. In conversation with Surajit Sen, he opens up on how the organizations are dealing with data deduplication.



Emerging trends

Our industry is plagued with the explosion of data. The sheer volumes of data being generated by various business automation platform and tools that organizations are adopting are tremendous. It is becoming big challenge for organizations to store, manage and protect the data that their organization is producing. The value and criticality of information being available to the right person at the right time is very vital for the success of any business.

How to harness this data for better business intelligence, how to make better business return from the generated business data from various tools and systems that they have is another complexity that organizations are facing. Traditionally data and business availability used to fall back on certain processes backed up by technologies like tape. But over the last decade, tape as the technology has not changed but the density has increased making it quite unsuited for big businesses. To overcome this, the industry has started experimenting Disk based backup solutions.

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