• When it comes to the cloud, most businesses have moved from wait-and-see to a "how do we make it happen now?" approach.
• But the complexities of moving valuable content from legacy systems to the cloud is still a daunting challenge. That's why some businesses are putting off the move even though they're painfully aware of the limitations of legacy infrastructure like network shares, enterprise content management systems and general purpose file servers.
• The good news is the upside of migrating away from legacy infrastructure to a Cloud Content Management platform is far greater than the effort to get there. All you need is a plan.
• Our new eBook, From legacy infrastructure to the cloud: A migration journey in 5 steps, gives you a clear, methodical process for migrating your organization to a Cloud Content Management solution.
Published By: Quocirca
Published Date: Sep 13, 2007
File servers continue to proliferate, and email has moved from a basic tool for exchanging documents to an inherent part of an organization’s communication and collaboration portfolio. With such ad-hoc information sources now being a mission critical function, the need for data management and archival is becoming critical.
Many CISOs admit to trepidation about the state of cybersecurity within their organizations. Why? Aside from the increasingly dangerous threat landscape, many large organizations face other security challenges, including personnel shortages, an overwhelming number of manual processes, and technology complexity.
Beyond these issues however, CISOs also face the progressively difficult responsibility of securing the distributed enterprise. Aside from PCs, departmental file servers, and remote office equipment, the distributed enterprise now includes recent IT additions like mobile computing, SaaS applications, and hybrid cloud infrastructure. In aggregate, this increasingly distributed infrastructure makes information security more cumbersome.
Published By: Arcserve
Published Date: Feb 26, 2015
In typical organizations, most data resides outside the data center, so it is important that the protection of desktop and laptop computers is given the same priority as file servers and application servers. Have you deployed the right data protection strategy for endpoints?
We’re here to help! Arcserve UDP offers a FREE Workstation edition product that specifically focuses on backing up data on endpoints.
Not only can desktops and laptops be protected for FREE with award-winning technology that minimizes bandwidth and storage requirements, but they can participate in the global deduplication schema offered by UDP (for 30 days), and have their data protected in public and private clouds, and more!
This is too good to pass up! Get your FREE Arcserve UDP Workstation edition now.
The financial services industry has unique challenges that often prevent it from achieving its strategic goals. The keys to solving these issues are hidden in machine data—the largest category of big data—which is both untapped and full of potential.
Download this white paper to learn:
*How organizations can answer critical questions that have been impeding business success
*How the financial services industry can make great strides in security, compliance and IT
*Common machine data sources in financial services firms
Published By: YouSendIt
Published Date: Sep 17, 2008
In this FactPoint study, discover why companies are increasingly adopting managed file transfer to send large and important files. Learn key factors driving the migration away from e-mail and FTP; the top 8 features to look for; and tough questions to help you choose a solution. Find out why countless companies are making the move—download your copy now.
In this FactPoint study, discover why companies are increasingly adopting managed file transfer to send large and important files. Learn key factors driving the migration away from e-mail and FTP; the top 8 features to look for; and tough questions to help you choose a solution. Also, find out how to maximize privacy, security, speed, and ease of use. Find out why countless companies are making the move—download your copy now.
BlueArc’s Titan Architecture creates a revolutionary step in file servers by creating a hardware-based file system that can scale throughput, IOPS and capacity well beyond conventional software-based file servers. With its ability to virtualize a massive storage pool of up to 4 petabytes of usable, tiered storage, Titan can scale with growing data requirements and provide a competitive advantage for business processes by consolidating applications while ensuring optimal performance.
How can hybrid-flash array users benefit from a move to all-flash? This case study profiles a large European organization that moved their VMware server and desktop environments from hybrid-flash to NetApp AFF all-flash systems
As business models have become increasingly digital, high-profile, reputation-damaging security breaches are grabbing more news media headlines. Leading companies have ramped up their investments in cybersecurity, yet that spending is often not well aligned with actual threats. Studies have shown that server-focused solutions such as network anti-virus, malware detection and website firewalls attract the biggest investments, ignoring the fact that misuse of privileged credentials is by far the most common cause of breaches. The reasons for this disconnect are not well understood, in part because it sits at the intersection of the people and technology domains. This survey, conducted by WSJ Custom Studios with sponsorship from Centrify, seeks insights into senior-level thinking on this issue, including current cybersecurity priorities and the perceived degree of alignment between threats and solutions.
Published By: AppSense
Published Date: Nov 26, 2012
Download this case study to learn how Chandler Macleod's CIO was able to utilize the AppSense solution to remove the possibility of any users introducing an executable file to their network while reducing the number of their servers by 25%.
Published By: Cohesity
Published Date: May 04, 2018
Cohesity provides the only hyper-converged platform that eliminates the complexity of traditional data protection solutions by unifying your end-to-end data protection infrastructure – including target storage, backup, replication, disaster recovery, and cloud tiering. Cohesity DataPlatform provides scale-out, globally deduped, highly available storage to consolidate all your secondary data, including backups, files, and test / dev copies. Cohesity also provides Cohesity DataProtect, a complete backup and recovery solution fully converged with Cohesity DataPlatform. It simplifies backup infrastructure and eliminates the need to run separate backup software, proxies, media servers, and replication. This paper specifically focuses on the business and technical benefits of Cohesity DataPlatform for the data protection use case. It is intended for IT professionals interested in learning more about Cohesity’s technology differentiation and advantages it offers for data protection - (i) Elim
Businesses using outdated servers for email, database, and file and print workloads stand to benefit greatly by replacing them. The Dell PowerEdge VRTX with two Dell PwerEdge M630 blase servers, both powered by the Intel Xeon processor E5-2650 v3, can provide the performance, scalability, and high availability your business needs to keep running and meet increased demand.
Published By: Dell EMC
Published Date: May 12, 2016
Businesses using outdated servers for email, database, and file and print workloads stand to benefit greatly by replacing them. The Dell PowerEdge VRTX with two Dell PwerEdge M630 blase servers, both powered by the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2650 v3, can provide the performance, scalability, and high availability your business needs to keep running and meet increased demand.
By applying best practices, many best-run businesses have achieved a competitive edge from consolidating and modernising their EDI, B2B and file transfer environments - including their SAP processes. Learn their secret!
Companies' dependency on email to do business brings with it various problems. Storage limitations, backups, problematic PST files, access to old emails and regulatory compliance or eDiscovery requests are a few issues that arise. Failure to address these effectively could have serious repercussions for the organization.
F5 and Data Domain have joined their respective solutions, forming a partnership designed to assist customers in deploying and realizing the benefits of tiered storage. By combining F5’s tiered storage policy engine with Data Domain deduplication storage systems, mutual customers can realize the benefits of deploying tiered storage and, importantly, see dramatic reductions in the costs of storage.
Moving server files to a new server with permissions intact can be an awful, manual-intensive process. There is a better approach that puts you in control. Learn about suite of three products that can provide a complete solution to this and other permission-based problems and challenges.