BOSTON– Actifio, the copy data virtualization company, today announced that Halski, a full managed service provider based in Atlanta, is implementing Actifio’s platform as its exclusive provider for backup and disaster recovery to its customers.
Halski provides IT network design, installation, administration, and consulting services to mid-size and enterprise level businesses, offering a full range of customized, and flexible solutions to meet its clients individual needs. Since 2000, Halski has expanded to multiple offices throughout Georgia, supporting industries ranging from medical and insurance to manufacturing and logistics.
As a managed service provider, Halski delivers a full range of comprehensive and reliable support and cloud services. With Actifio, Halski is now able to give its customers a holistic solution around backup and disaster recovery at a price point that they can afford.
Halski customers previously used multiple point products to deliver backup and disaster recovery solutions. Actifio provides an all-in-one solution to help customers better streamline their systems and reduce their IT spend.
“Actifio’s approach to managing, protecting and leveraging data is 100% aligned with our customer commitment,” said Lewis Halski, CEO and founder of Halski. “With this partnership, we are better able to provide our customers with services that will enhance the value of their data by allowing them to quickly and easily spin up a virtual copy of their data in minutes, whenever a customer needs it.”
Halski is exclusively deploying Actifio to help manage the full life cycle of its customer relationships, and a wide range of Halski employees, from pre-sales to engineers, are being trained on the Actifio platform.
”Data is the lifeblood of today’s business,” said Ash Ashutosh, CEO and founder of Actifio, “and copy data virtualization is transforming the way companies around the world manage, access, and protect that data. We’re proud to have been chosen by Halski to provide cloud-based data virtualization solutions to their customers, and to be helping those customers transition more and more of their business resiliency use cases over to more efficient, scalable, and cost-effective hybrid cloud architectures.”