DATA PROTECTION

Backup & restore |Disaster recovery

SaaS platform for data protection

Backup and disaster plans are crucial to business continuity; Cyber crime, physical disasters (water, fire), system failure and human errors pose a threat to any business.

Therefore, it is important to have a proper backup that can be quickly resorted and allow the business to pickup and gain continuity with minimal loss of data and time.

When you’re considering a third-party backup solution, make sure it mitigates all the risks

Five benefits of using cloud-native services for data protection include:

Scalability and elasticity

A true cloud-native service can allocate capacity on demand as well as expand and contract capacity to ensure performance. This is essential for data protection, since data volume and performance requirements will continue to increase as businesses capture data from the Internet of Things (IoT).

Predictable cloud costs

Cloud-native services can offer a transparent cost structure and pricing model, in which fees are tied directly to consumed resources. As an added benefit, this model provides immediate visibility into utilization.

Hosted software models in the public cloud are much less transparent

Instant failover and data access

Cloud-native data protection can offer immediate disaster recovery failover and data access in case
of on-premises system failure, minimizing business downtime.

Higher performance

Cloud-native services typically come with an all-inclusive SLA for all your infrastructure and data. You get higher, guaranteed performance and data durability without the hassle of dealing with multiple third-party vendors and software providers

Tighter security

Working with infrastructure providers like AWS and Azure, cloud-native providers can deliver higher security through continual monitoring, thorough testing, and security updates that are applied quickly and consistently

Top five reasons for Office 365 backup

The ways you deploy application software have changed dramatically as the internet expands. Instead of locally installing programs, you leverage the cloud with Microsoft Office 365 and other SaaS applications. Yet with the overwhelming success of Office 365, there is confusion about its inherent data protection capabilities, as a SaaS solution, hosting data in the cloud. Protecting data is one of your top IT priorities. However, backup and restore functionality is often a misunderstood aspect of Office 365

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#1 Accidental data loss caused by human error

#2 Ransomware prevention is not enough

#3 Data retention gaps risk non-compliance

#4 eDiscovery and legal hold functionality falls short

#5 Internal threats increase data risk

One platform for all cloud workloads

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Six steps for a smooth transition to cloud backup and recovery

Moving from traditional, tape-based backup and recovery to cloud backup and recovery can deliver significant cost reductions and performance benefits.

It requires carful planning, the following steps will help a smooth transition

1

Inventory your workloads

2

Identify your data protection requirements

3

Decide how much cloud you need

4

Figure out what it’s going to cost

5

Try cloud data protection for yourself

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When it’s time to decide

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