Ask any organization about which cloud-based applications, platforms, and resources they use, and their responses will vary. Some may immediately know they use Microsoft 365 and perhaps cloud applications such as Dropbox, Salesforce, or Slack. Their developers may be aware they use S3 object cloud storage for application development and testing. Ask the firm’s accountants and they may acknowledge they utilize QuickBooks Online and store corporate data there. However, the issue organizations face comes not from their use of these cloud applications, platforms, or resources. Rather, using all these services creates a burgeoning data management and protection dilemma. Storing data…
Online Business – the Icing on the Phisher’s Cake
The events of last year triggered a mass wave of digitization, as businesses had to establish a solely online presence...
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Rethinking Disaster Recovery for Cloud-based SaaS Applications
Dropbox. Google Workspaces (formerly G Suite). Microsoft Office 365. Salesforce. These software-as-a-service (SaaS) offerings represent some of the business-critical applications...
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How Today’s Data Centers Can Do a Better Job Monitoring Power and Power Quality
Data Center Power Quality Challenges Put Businesses at Risk; It’s Time to Fix That While disaster recovery and risk management...
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The Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich
Disaster recovery plans (DRP) are written to ensure an organization can quickly and efficiently recover from a disaster or unexpected...
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