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Zerto has highlighted cloud technology and growth trends among its customer base for the first half of 2020. Zerto’s customers are pursuing the disaster recovery (DR)-to-cloud trend with rapid global adoption of Microsoft Azure. Additionally, Zerto has tripled its global IT resilience footprint across the federal government and public sectors with new customer acquisitions.

Azure adoption

During the first half of 2020, global adoption of Microsoft Azure doubled across several verticals. Virtual machines protected to Azure using Zerto has doubled year-over-year with half of the consumption driven by the education, financial services, healthcare, and technology sectors.

IT resilience footprint grows

Zerto expanded its IT Resilience Platform footprint by more than 200 percent with new customers in the federal government and public sector in the first half of 2020. Additionally, Zerto experienced a more than 200 percent increase in customer project implementation sizes among the legal, software and internet, and telecommunications sectors. 

“Organizations are increasingly recognising that building IT resilience and leveraging the cloud for DR is critical not only for IT operations and business continuity but also for simplicity, greater efficiencies, and control,” said Coley Burke, CRO of Zerto. “We’re excited to see the momentum for our IT Resilience Platform across federal and public sectors and look forward to bolstering IT resilience across all customers for the second half of 2020.”

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