Ransomware has put a heightened focus on data recovery and on disaster recovery specifically unlike any other event in recent memory. Organizations once content to take a “best-faith-effort” approach to performing recoveries now find that method untenable. They currently need multiple options to assure them of fast recoveries at scale and in the appropriate location(s). Achieving these various and sometimes competing objectives requires the use of at least one and usually multiple underlying storage technologies. Managing this storage media requires organizations use some form of data protection software to manage the process. While organizations typically equate data protection with the…
Disparity Between Cyber Security and Disaster Recovery is Putting Businesses at Risk
Cyber security threats are becoming more prolific to the extent they have been woven into an organization’s risk assessment plans....
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Data Privacy & Security
Throughout my entire IT career, I’ve had to deal with businesses needing data protection from external people looking to cause...
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2021: The Year Ransomware Became a Conglomerate
Spurred on by 2020’s worldwide pandemic-related economic shutdown, cyber-criminals emerged from all corners of the globe to wreak havoc on...
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The Three S’s of Data Center Cooling: Sustainability, Scalability, and Serviceability
Today, data centers drive everything from the internet, cloud platforms, and data processing and storage, to the intricacies of IoT...
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