Published By: Veeam '18
Published Date: Mar 13, 2018
In today’s digital economy, IT organizations are increasingly using public cloud technologies and services to meet their needs for increased agility and innovation, as well as cost management. This use of public cloud technologies is further complicated when companies use multiple cloud service providers, a concept also known as multi-cloud, and attempt to integrate on- and off-premises environments, known as hybrid cloud. IT organizations now must manage systems that span across both multi-cloud and hybrid cloud environments, which presents new challenges for data protection. The Veeam Availability Platform offers solutions that can provide data protection to, from, and within multi-cloud environments, ensuring companies can fully leverage their public cloud providers and existing on-premises systems.
Published By: Veeam '18
Published Date: Dec 04, 2018
"In today’s era, organizations are increasingly adopting multiple cloud services, including public, private, and hybrid clouds, to meet increased agility, innovation and cost management goals. Veeam ensures availability in these environments by providing data protection to, from, and within multi-cloud environments.
ESG led a research among IT decision makers to better understand the extent to which multiple cloud service providers are being used today and how that influences the use of on-premises and hybrid cloud environments in the future.
Read this ESG brief to learn more about:
• The current trend in multi-cloud adoption for large companies
• The future of on-premises IT environment
• How the Veeam Availability Platform delivers the next generation of availability for the always-on enterprise
• And more! "
Published By: Cohesity
Published Date: Aug 09, 2019
As organizations continue to look for ways to increase business agility, a need for a modern database architecture that can rapidly respond to the needs of business is more apparent than ever. While an RDBMS still serves as a lifeline for many organizations, the adoption of technologies such as NoSQL and Hadoop are enabling organizations to best address database performance and scalability requirements while also satisfying the goals of embracing hybrid cloud and becoming more data-driven. And with organizations relying so heavily on these new technologies to yield rapid insights that positively impact the business, the need to evaluate how those new technologies are managed and protected is essential. Hadoop and NoSQL workloads are now pervasive in production environments and require “production-class” data protection, yet few data protection solutions offer such capabilities today.
Published By: Druva -AWS
Published Date: Apr 28, 2018
Data Loss Protection for Your SaaS & Cloud Apps SaaS applications like Office 365, G Suite, Box and Salesforce are not necessarily built to deliver a complete solution for data protection. This guide reveals the unforeseen risks of trusting your SaaS application to protect your data.
Private cloud is one of the critical deployment architectures IT teams are adopting as they transition to a service-centric delivery model. More than 75% of organizations? already use private clouds to lower costs, increase agility and exert greater control over security, data protection and compliance.
The transition to private cloud represents a paradigm shift in how IT is provisioned and data centers are deployed. Virtualization is expanding beyond servers into storage and networking, while software-defined models allow new levels of agility through advanced automation and orchestration.
The transition to the SDCC gives IT managers and security professionals the opportunity to build in a security architecture that is designed from the ground up to meet the needs of the cloud era. With the right architectural model, security can be much simpler to deploy, provision, manage, and scale. Organizations can save money, enhance protection, and leverage the agility of private and hybrid cloud infrastructures. IT teams can expand their visibility from the data center into the cloud, uncovering threats wherever they appear and coordinating an appropriate and comprehensive response.
Traditionally slow access speeds prevented the real use of the cloud in disaster recovery planning. However, modern cloud storage gateways accelerate the speed of access and can provide immediate access to data stored in the cloud. Read on to learn more today!
The cloud is no longer just for deploying software – it’s now transforming the way companies physically secure their business. Learn how you can future-proof your business and secure your company with the flexibility of the cloud and the latest security know-how.
Published By: Mimecast
Published Date: Nov 06, 2017
Trying to manage disparate email solutions? Not just for e-discovery, archiving and recovery, but security and continuity as well?
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Published By: Evident.io
Published Date: Sep 13, 2017
For enterprises that use the cloud, ensuring protection starts with understanding the layers that make up the components of the cloud stack. Paying attention to each layer and addressing their unique security needs, will only bolster your enterprise’s environment. With “16 Ways to Protect Your Cloud from Ransomware,” you’ll learn about the layers that make up the cloud stack and in turn, increase your enterprise's resistance to ransomware.
To keep ahead of the threats, you need to rethink your security and ask whether traditional security technologies are up to today's challenges. This eBook explains how correlating web, email and file reputations within a smart protection network is core to Outthinking the cyber criminals.
A report sampling over 100 large enterprises that explores the types of cost savings that can be gained by employing a comprehensive content security solution with a cloud client architecture. The report concludes total savings of up to 40% can be achieved.
Kaspersky Lab has created an eBook to help you calculate the true cost of protecting your business infrastructure, intelligence, and reputation. Download "IT Security by the Numbers: Calculating the Total Cost of Protection" to learn more.
Published By: Webroot UK
Published Date: Mar 22, 2010
By using a service based in the cloud, protection against threats is brought nearer to where those threats are located, making it easier and more effective to protect users against security threats such as malware.
Published By: Webroot UK
Published Date: Mar 22, 2010
This paper examines the realities of web threats and looks at the promise that cloud-based solutions bring for organisations in terms of providing a higher level of protection against the increasingly complex and sophisticated threats being seen today.
Protecting data is becoming more and more important and new technologies are making backup and recovery strategies more viable to smaller businesses. Now is the time to create an effective BDR plan or review one already in place - before disaster strikes.
IT Security challenges are more complex than ever, as mobile devices, social technologies and cloud computing take hold. Find out how these top 2012 security trends will affect your organization-and make sure your data protection measures are ready.
Marketers can personalize interactions using information that spans complete anonymity to full authentication, with a middle range in which identified data may be used intermittently.
The distinction between anonymous and authenticated hinges on personally identifiable information (PII)—information that can be used alone, in combination, or in context to contact an individual.
This information includes unique and partial identifiers such as name, address, phone number, and email address, as well as financial, employment, or other data associated with an individual.