Dell and Symantec have joined forces to offer enterprises protection and data management for their Microsoft Exchange-based e-mail systems.
The new Secure Exchange offering includes hardware and software to quickly deliver data security, back-up, recovery and archiving, said the pair.
Secure Exchange is made up of Dell PowerEdge servers and PowerVault storage systems, Dell/EMC storage solutions, and software from Symantec, including Symantec Mail Security 8200 Series, Symantec Mail Security for Microsoft Exchange, Symantec Enterprise Vault, and Backup Exec.
Dell has expanded its assessment, design, implementation and training services to help customers easily deploy Microsoft Exchange and Symantec solutions.
The company’s most advanced enterprise support offering, Platinum Plus, as well as Gold Enterprise Support, is also available to customers deploying Secure Exchange.
The starting price for a 500-seat modular back-up and recovery solution, including hardware, software licences and services, is around £29,500.
This includes Dell PowerEdge 1950s, PowerVault 110T and M1000 systems, Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Microsoft Exchange 2003 and Symantec Backup Exec.
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