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Zerto Named a Leader in Three Categories in PeerSpot’s 2023 Tech Leader Awards
Customers recognize Zerto as leading solution in Backup and Recovery Software, Cloud Backup, and Disaster Recovery (DR) Software Categories
Zerto, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, has been recognized by PeerSpot, the authority on enterprise technology and the fastest growing peer review site in the B2B industry, in its 2023 Tech Leader Awards. Zerto has been named a leader in the Backup and Recovery Software, Cloud Backup, and Disaster Recovery (DR) Software categories.
Zerto is one of only three products in each category to receive an award. Winners are selected based on their average customer review ranking over the past year. The selection process uses verified, comprehensive reviews from real users and takes into account factors like review count, views, comparisons, overall rating, and review length.
“Zerto is thrilled to be recognized by PeerSpot in their Tech Leader Awards,” said Caroline Seymour, VP of storage marketing, HPE. “It is an honor that users have chosen Zerto for our unmatched abilities in cloud disaster recovery, fast recovery times, and continuous data protection.”
“PeerSpot’s 2023 awards shine a light on the best B2B enterprise technology; these awards are a sign of excellence for technology professionals looking to make informed purchasing decisions based on reviews and insights from real users,” said Russell Rothstein, founder and CEO, PeerSpot. “In the past year, 96% of the Global 2000 used PeerSpot to choose the right software for their business and our reviews influenced over $60 billion of enterprise tech spending.”
In PeerSpot reviews, customers have consistently praised Zerto’s capabilities. Mike Erin, VP of IT infrastructure, Fay Financial, said “Using DR in a cloud environment has been a positive experience. We’re saving money. We don’t have to maintain the hardware. We don’t have the rack space at the other data center. It just simplifies things for us and reduces costs.”
Additionally, according to Steve McFate, systems analyst III, St. Luke’s, “Not having to take down our tier-one system for an extended period of time for DR testing is invaluable. You can’t put a dollar value on the impact on a patient’s life. We need our systems to stay up constantly because they are what keep people alive. It’s also very simple to use. For example, when we need to move data so that our users can keep collaborating with one another, using Zerto is very simple.”
Zerto, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, empowers customers to run an always-on business by simplifying the protection, recovery, and mobility of on-premises and cloud applications. Zerto’s cloud data management and protection solution eliminates the risks and complexity of modernization and cloud adoption across private, public, and hybrid deployments. The simple, software-only solution uses continuous data protection at scale to solve for ransomware resilience, disaster recovery and multi-cloud mobility. Zerto is trusted by over 9,500 customers globally and is powering offerings for Microsoft Azure, IBM Cloud, Google Cloud, Oracle Cloud, and more than 350 managed service providers.