Organizations may consider their backup problems solved. Having replaced tape with disk as their primary backup target over the past 20 years, they no longer view backup as a challenge. However, new threats have entered corporate environments which specifically target backups hosted on disk. Disk-based backup targets still need to facilitate fast backups and optimize stored backup data. But these features only represent the baseline functions these appliances must perform. Disk-based backup targets should now accommodate fast and easy storage growth, facilitate fast restores, and protect backups from ransomware attacks. Decades-old Backup Forces Still in Play Many viewed the arrival…
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