Published By: Mimecast
Published Date: Oct 02, 2019
By any measure, Office 365 is a success as millions of Microsoft seats transition from on-premises Exchange to a cloud-based email service as part of Office 365. While Microsoft has been offering hosted email solutions for more than 20 years, they have hit their stride with Office 365, the third major iteration of the company’s foray into hosted/cloud-based email and collaboration.
This white paper discusses the key issues that decision makers need to consider as they evaluate the email, security, and resilience capabilities of Office 365. After reading this analyst perspective completed by Michael Osterman of Osterman Research, we believe you will better understand:
Special considerations related to hybrid Exchange and Office 365 email deployments
The importance of programmatic security efficacy rather than simple functionality
How to ensure business messaging continuity in the context of Office 365 outages
Whether third-party backup/recovery is critical for protecting your infrastr
At no other time has data played such a crucial role in the success of our commercial sector, and no more so than in financial services. We can see this powerfully illustrated when we pause to consider the growth of data driven ‘technologies’ such as Artificial Intelligence and their prevalence in driving innovation in areas such as risk management, multi-channel customer experience and fraud detection.
So keen is the sector to use data to deliver advantage, that PwC says startups with a strong AI-based offer attract some of the most lucrative funding – to the tune of $1 billion over the past two years.1
With this as our landscape, and the continued drive to deliver data-driven innovation the prospect of disruption and downtime is something that cannot be countenanced. This being the main reason why the senior management of most organisations continue to buy into tried-and-tested Disaster Recovery (DR) strategies. We all feel assured that if we ‘double up’ our investments in – as f
WILLKOMMEN AN BORD, GESCHÄFTSKONTINUITÄT
Wir bedanken uns für die jahrelangen Dienste, Disaster Recovery. Ohne dich hätten wir all das nicht geschafft. Aber jetzt lassen wir die Disaster Recovery-Mentalität der 70er Jahre hinter uns. Es gibt jetzt ein Business Continuity-Modell, das für die Welt der Hochverfügbarkeit gemacht ist und mit diesen Eigenschaften punktet:
SEIN NAME? PURITY ACTIVECLUSTER
In today’s environment, business continuity is a necessity. As organizations embrace digital transformation and turn to IT for almost all most critical operations, downtime can be crippling. Those that are able to tolerate technology failures transparently—so the business remains up and running— can drive dramatic gains in competitive advantage, customer engagement and business innovation.
However, achieving the highest levels of business continuity, with zero recovery point objectives (RPOs) and recovery time objectives (RTOs), has been possible only for the largest companies and their most business-critical applications. The associated costs and complexity have simply been too much for most organizations to achieve those levels.
That is no longer the case.
This white paper discusses a new active/active stretched cluster technology that allows companies of all sizes to achieve the highest levels of business continuity without the costs and complexities that have typically marked thi
Oggi la continuità operativa è fondamentale per qualsiasi azienda. Le imprese sono coinvolte in una trasformazione digitale profonda e si rivolgono all’IT per tutte le attività più mission-critical. I tempi di fermo possono arrivare a paralizzare l’intera organizzazione: le aziende più resilienti sono in grado di gestire i guasti tecnologici e fare in modo che l’azienda resti sempre operativa e funzionante. Garantire la business continuity, infatti, significa garantire maggiore vantaggio competitivo, maggiore coinvolgimento dei clienti e maggiore innovazione.
Tuttavia, il raggiungimento di una business continuity di alto livello, con Recovery Point Objective (RPO) e Recovery Time Objective (RTO) pari a zero, è tipica delle imprese di grandi dimensioni che, proprio perché grandi, possono sostenere gli investimenti necessari e gestire la complessità associata. Per la maggior parte delle aziende, i costi di una business continuity di alto livello sono sempre risultati eccessivi.
As businesses start to experiment with true artificial intelligence, safe delivery of AI demands a new risk and control framework. This report, designed for anyone tasked with the safe delivery of AI, proposes an effective solution.
Read the report to find out:
• the risks associated with AI and the challenge of managing them
• a 17-category Risk & Controls framework for AI
• in-depth details for key categories, including security management, business continuity and knowledge management
• an essential glossary of AI terms.
Published By: DataCore
Published Date: Jun 06, 2019
More than 54% of companies have experienced a downtime event that lasted more than 8 hours – one full work day – in the past 5 years. And the risk of major disruptions to business continuity practices looms ever larger – primarily due to the troubling dependencies on the location, topology and suppliers of data storage.
Download this infographic and see how you can preserve proven Business Continuity practices despite inevitable changes to your data storage infrastructure.
Published By: DataCore
Published Date: Jun 06, 2019
With so many moving pieces involved in business continuity and disaster recovery planning, anticipating the downstream impact of new SAN arrays, hyperconverged systems, and disaster recovery site relocation is increasingly more difficult. Learn how DataCore™ SDS services help you adapt your safeguards accordingly in the face of these common initiatives and business challenges:
- Storage Array Replacement
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Cloud Replication
- Hyperconverged Infrastructure
- Multi-Site Metro Cluster
Published By: DataCore
Published Date: Jun 06, 2019
Nothing in Business Continuity circles ranks higher in importance than risk reduction. Yet the risk of major disruptions to business continuity practices looms ever larger today, mostly due to the troubling dependencies on the location, topology and suppliers of data storage.
Get insights on how to avoid spending time and money reinventing BC/DR plans every time your storage infrastructure changes.
Link your locations with nationwide reach, leverage bandwidth-intensive applications,
connect to leading cloud service providers and fortify your business continuity plans.
Do it all with customized Ethernet Services from Spectrum Enterprise.
Published By: Mimecast
Published Date: Jun 03, 2019
Knowing where to look and what to watch out for is half the battle. Download this report to understand the most pervasive types of email threats, how security professionals perceive them and what they’re doing to combat them. Most importantly, you’ll walk away with actionable steps to improve your organization’s email security and cyber resilience.
Gain valuable insight from 1,025 global IT decision makers on email-based attacks, cyber resilience, business continuity, awareness training and threat intelligence.
Leading medical devices company were facing business continuity post acquisition, thereby increasing maintenance costs accordingly. LTI proposed to implement Oracle Fusion Cloud which helped in faster and minimal requirement of technical manpower.
i. In-time Delivery with ZERO defects
ii. Scalable products with low maintenance costs
Download full case study.
Continuous data availability is a key business continuity requirement for storage systems. It ensures protection against downtime in case of serious incidents or disasters and enables recovery to an operational state within a reasonably short period. To ensure continuous availability, storage solutions need to meet resiliency, recovery, and contingency requirements outlined by the organization.
Leading medical devices company were facing business continuity post acquisition, thereby increasing maintenance costs accordingly. LTI proposed to implement Oracle Fusion Cloud which helped in faster and minimal requirement of technical manpower. Download complete case study.
Finding the right data protection and recovery solution for complex enterprise infrastructures is a formidable challenge. Traditional backup and recovery solutions cannot keep up with or meet today’s business-critical requirements.
Read this white paper to learn smarter approaches to data protection and recovery. See how to radically improve key performance metrics – including business continuity – as well as backup windows, operational recovery and disaster recovery.
Now is the time to take a smarter approach to data protection an recovery. Finding the right data protection and recovery solution for complex enterprise infrastructures is a formidable challenge. Traditional backup and recovery solutions cannot keep up with or meet today’s business-critical requirements.
Read this white paper to learn how to radically improve key performance metrics – including business continuity – as well as backup windows, operational recovery and disaster recovery.
To support business continuity, many
organizations eagerly avoid putting all their
eggs in one basket.
Understanding the critical role of last-mile
connectivity and always-available Internet
access, savvy firms utilize redundant wide
area network (WAN) and Internet connections
from multiple service providers to ensure
network availability in addition to load
balancing. Despite the good intentions,
their Internet connectivity risks may still be
in a single basket. That is because internet
service providers (ISPs) and competitive local
exchange carriers (CLECs) may operate using
leased network infrastructure from the same
incumbent local exchange carrier (ILEC).
In this eBook you will learn:
How communications will help increase productivity
How to ensure your investments today will be relevant in six months or even six years
How to enable your mobile workforce
The importance of emergency preparedness and business continuity
Published By: bChannels
Published Date: Dec 11, 2018
For many years, organizations thought about business continuity in much the same way they thought about business insurance — yes, it was important, but rarely was it top of mind. But that’s all changed. Many organizations have, unfortunately, discovered that even a scant few minutes of service downtime can have deleterious effects on their business operations, resulting in lost revenue, diminished customer confidence and heightened compliance risk.
For those and other reasons, IT executives have raised the bar on business continuity preparedness for their organizations in all ways. New technologies, business processes and partnerships, combined with a raised level of importance for testing and a full appreciation of what virtualization can and can’t do for business continuity, are essential to new thinking around avoiding the impact
of an unplanned service interruption.
Download this informative Whitepaper to learn more about how Veritas Netbackup 8.1.2 can help.
The rise of virtualization as a business tool has dramatically enhanced server and primary
storage utilization. By allowing multiple operating systems and applications to run on
a single physical server, organizations can significantly lower their hardware costs and
take advantage of efficiency and agility improvements as more and more tasks become
automated. This also alleviates the pain of fragmented IT ecosystems and incompatible
Protecting these virtualized environments, however, and the ever-growing amount
of structured and unstructured data being created, still requires a complex, on-prem
secondary storage model that imposes heavy administrative overhead and infrastructure
costs. The increasing pressure on IT teams to maintain business continuity and information
governance are changing how businesses view infrastructure resiliency and long-term data
retention—they are consequently looking to new solutions to ensure immediate availability
and complete protection of the
Network failures are surprisingly common. How can you be sure your enterprise is prepared for unforeseen downtime?
Network diversity and redundancy supports business continuity. Learn more about how the right network portfolio can prevent operational interruptions and assist in disaster recovery.
Maintaining business continuity is your highest priority.
In today’s commercial landscape, business continuity depends on the efficient, uninterrupted flow of data across the organization – from operations to sales to fulfillment. Even a brief lapse in workload continuity can mean thousands of lost sales opportunities, disruption to production, and compromised customer trust.
The causes of those lapses can range from natural disasters to mechanical failure or human error. You need a data platform and a proactive disaster recovery (DR) strategy that will help you stay up and running in the event that your physical infrastructure is unavailable for any length of time.
Fulfilling orders, providing a high level of customer service, and keeping consumers engaged all depend on the efficient, uninterrupted flow of data throughout your organization.
Above all, protecting customer data—especially personally identifiable information (PII) —is critical
Oggi la continuità operativa è fondamentale per qualsiasi azienda. Le imprese
sono coinvolte in una trasformazione digitale profonda e si rivolgono all’IT
per tutte le attività più mission-critical. I tempi di fermo possono arrivare a
paralizzare l’intera organizzazione: le aziende più resilienti sono in grado di
gestire i guasti tecnologici e fare in modo che l’azienda resti sempre operativa
e funzionante. Garantire la business continuity, infatti, significa garantire
maggiore vantaggio competitivo, maggiore coinvolgimento dei clienti e
Tuttavia, il raggiungimento di una business continuity di alto livello, con
Recovery Point Objective (RPO) e Recovery Time Objective (RTO) pari a zero, è
tipica delle imprese di grandi dimensioni che, proprio perché grandi, possono
sostenere gli investimenti necessari e gestire la complessità associata. Per la
maggior parte delle aziende, i costi di una business continuity di alto livello
sono sempre risultati eccessivi.
Oggi la s
Expanding analytic capabilities are critical to digitizing the business, optimizing costs, accelerating innovation, and surviving digital disruption
Historically, manufacturers were almost solely focused on reducing costs by applying automation and analytics to engineering, R&D, manufacturing operations, and quality organizations. Even though the strategies used within these areas are still needed, they are not sufficient to ensure business survival and continuity in the age of Industry 4.0 and the IoT.
Today, it is paramount that smart manufacturers broaden their scope because disruptive innovations in data acquisition, storage, and analytics technology have enabled an entirely new degree of automation and virtualization, promising a complete 360-degree high-fidelity virtual data-driven integrated views of all operations—from suppliers and supply chains, through equipment, processes, and manufacturing practices, to final product testing and customer satisfaction.
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We live in an era of increased business risk and while news headlines focus on threats to business such as cyber-crime and global terrorism, there is a more pervasive and immediate issue in the form of security and continuity of the energy supply of every business.