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…
Data Privacy & Security
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Infrastructure Considerations for Disaster Recovery
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Understanding Ransomware
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What It Takes to Meet Modern Digital Infrastructure Demands and Prepare for Any IT Disaster
Simultaneous demand for new cloud services, IoT connections, and AI technology is straining traditional IT infrastructure. It’s also stress-testing organizations’...
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