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Thursday, August 26, 2021 at 12:51 AM

Druva continues to grow at an unprecedented rate in the SaaS application data protection market as customers from across the world use its industry-leading platform

Automatic backup and recovery, advanced security, and unified visibility of SaaS application data enable enterprises to increase their business agility and resilience while lowering their costs.

Druva Inc. , the leader in Cloud Data Protection and Management, today announced that it has seen rapid adoption of its SaaS application data protection over the last 12 months, as the demand for comprehensive data protection and management for leading SaaS applications such as Microsoft 365, Salesforce, and Google Workspace has continued to surge. Druva is headquartered in San Francisco, California. Druva's simplified and secure cloud backup and recovery for critical data created and stored on SaaS applications is trusted by leading organizations such as Anglo-Eastern, Drummond Community Bank, Expel, Essence, Ipswich Grammar School, Katz Media Group, Policy Services, Sharks Sports & Entertainment, the State of California Governor's Office, Thirteen, and Sembcorp. Druva's simplified and secure cloud backup and recovery for critical data created and stored on SaaS applications is trusted

According to Gartner, Inc. , the market for SaaS applications is projected to reach a total expenditure of $117. 7 billion by 2021, representing a 12% increase from the current level. The fact that less than half of an enterprise's data will be stored in a conventional data center by 2022, according to the firm's estimate, implies that companies will increasingly need a new, contemporary strategy to managing their ever-growing data sprawl. While companies race to adopt a plethora of cloud-based apps, inadequate cloud data security and management may expose them to significant cyber risk, regulatory compliance penalties, and a loss of consumer confidence. Software-as-a-service platforms such as Microsoft 365 and Salesforce provide limited but costly data protection features, indicating that users must manage the process independently in order to guarantee that feasible data recovery may be accomplished. The Druva Cloud Platform, which takes a safe and consistent approach to SaaS data management, assists businesses in overcoming such problems and gaining more control over their SaaS data. Businesses can now secure and manage their data at the same area where it is being produced, which is a significant improvement.