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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Oct 10, 2018
There are five essential steps to protecting data and applications from the most common causes of data loss and downtime. IT pros who follow these steps can feel confident in their long-term organizational plan. Read this expert guide from Ben Maas, an independent consultant and system architect who has guided many companies through backup and disaster recovery (BDR) deployments.
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Oct 10, 2018
Find out five good reasons to consider disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) and use our buyers cheat sheet to make sure you are asking the right questions when evaluating a DRaaS solution.
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Oct 10, 2018
Overview Key Challenges Organizations still struggle with communication between data owners and those responsible for administering DLP systems, leading to technology-driven rather than business-driven implementations. Many clients who deploy enterprise DLP systems struggle to get out of the initial phases of discovering and monitoring data flows, never realizing the potential benefits of deeper data analytics or applying appropriate data protections. DLP as a technology has a reputation of being a high-maintenance control incomplete deployments are common, tuning is a never-ending process, lack of organization buy-in is low, and calculations of ROI are complex.
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Oct 10, 2018
For all organizations, server and component-level crises are unfortunate inevitabilities. Likewise, the need of end-users to revert to previous file versions is a common occurrence due to predicaments large and small. Recognizing these realities, ESG consistently recommends that organizations consider an approach to data protection that is broader than what backup alone can provide
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Oct 10, 2018
Malware that encrypts a victims data until the extortionists demands are met is one of the most common forms of cybercrime. And the prevalence of ransomware attacks continues to increase. Cybercriminals are now using more than 50 different forms of ransomware to target and extort money from unsuspecting individuals and businesses
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Oct 10, 2018
IT admins tasked with restoring servers or lost data during a disruption are consumed with a single-minded purpose: successful recovery. But it shouldnt take an adverse event to underscore the importance of recovery as part of an overall backup strategy. This is especially true with large datasets. Before you consider how youre going to back up large datasets, first consider how you may need to recover the data.
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Oct 10, 2018
Global data deduplication provides important benefits over traditional deduplication processes because it removes redundant data through entire enterprises, not just single devices. Global deduplication increases the data deduplication ratiothe size of the original data measured against the size of the data store after redundancies are removed.
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Oct 10, 2018
In the last few years, businesses have changed the way they protect data. Studies show theyre abandoning traditional backup and recovery in favor of disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS).1 With DRaaS, businesses enjoy the luxury of keeping a replica of their data hosted at a remote site that they can fail over to in an emergencywithout bearing any of the infrastructure costs or maintenance responsibilities. All infrastructure and maintenance is the responsibility of the provider. Gartner predicts that global DRaaS revenue will reach $3.4 billion by 2019. The firm cited several reasons for the shift:
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Oct 10, 2018
These days, a lot of organizations are looking to the cloud to help them protect their data. They wish to take advantage of the appealing economics and operational agility that are two of the biggest attributes of a cloud-based IT infrastructure. Leveraging the cloud can be a smart choice for any organization interested in gaining more control over costs (i.e., almost all organizations). According to ESG research, reducing costs was the second most commonly reported business driver affecting IT spending in 2016
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Oct 10, 2018
Data protection is a balancing act between the need to protect data and the need to protect access to data. The trick lies with deploying the right protection across the different systems and types of data, since they each require different forms of protection.
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Oct 10, 2018
Backup and high availability are both essential forms of protection that fulfill different roles within a data protection strategy. So which type of protection is right for different systems? According to recent analyst reports, experts recommend a blended approach that aligns data protection with type of data.1 By aligning data protection with data urgency, businesses can ensure higher levels of resiliency and reduce demands on internal resources.
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Oct 10, 2018
For a backup solution to be considered flexible, it needs to satisfy several key business requirements. It should integrate seamlessly with any servers youre running and provide full support for all the applications your business uses. It should enable you to protect assets in different parts of the country or overseas. And it should let you manage and monitor backups from anywhere. A flexible backup solution gives you everything you need to protect the technology investments you make now and in the future. So instead of having to buy multiple solutions to support your changing needs, you can have a single solution that adapts to fit your environment. We call that flexible deployment.
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Oct 10, 2018
Not long ago, the biggest concern for IT decision makers considering moving workloads to the cloud was security. Thats no longer the case. Today, the main obstacle to cloud adoption is different but familiar: the pain of migrating data.
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Oct 10, 2018
Businesses virtualize to consolidate resources, reduce costs and increase workforce mobility. But failing to protect VMs with purpose-built protection could erase some of those gains. Here are five essential requirements IT managers should look for when deploying data protection for virtual environments.
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Oct 10, 2018
With more and more employees spread around the globe, IT teams face a conundrum: how to secure an increasing amount of data traveling outside the network while preserving workforce productivity in an increasingly interconnected and global market. Its up to IT decision-makers to protect and secure company data in a way that promotes user access without imposing overly restrictive or cumbersome device policies. When it comes to protecting data on laptops and mobile devices, several key factors are essential for todays businesses:
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Jul 18, 2018
With more and more employees spread around the globe, IT teams face a conundrum: how to secure an increasing amount of data traveling outside the network while preserving workforce productivity in an increasingly interconnected and global market. Its up to IT decision-makers to protect and secure company data in a way that promotes user access without imposing overly restrictive or cumbersome device policies. When it comes to protecting data on laptops and mobile devices, several key factors are essential for todays businesses:
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Jul 18, 2018
Businesses virtualize to consolidate resources, reduce costs and increase workforce mobility. But failing to protect VMs with purpose-built protection could erase some of those gains. Here are five essential requirements IT managers should look for when deploying data protection for virtual environments.
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Jul 18, 2018
2018 Carbonite, Inc. All rights reserved. Case study Diamond Foods Diamond of California nuts are household staples for shoppers across the U.S. But constantly filling grocery store shelves with snacks requires intricate supply chain management that relies on critical business data, including complex spreadsheets and enterprise resource planning files, to keep production and deliveries on schedule. If our critical servers go down or we lose important data on employee laptops, it has a direct impact on our bottom line, says Kentrell Davis, Senior Client Support Services Analyst at Diamond Foods.
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Jul 18, 2018
This report highlights the top five reasons why businesses are leaving tape technology and moving to the cloud for data protection. It also includes a cheat sheet for getting started with cloud-based backup.
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Apr 11, 2018
There are five essential steps to protecting data and applications from the most common causes of data loss and downtime. IT pros who follow these steps can feel confident in their long-term organizational plan. Read this expert guide from Ben Maas, an independent consultant and system architect who has guided many companies through backup and disaster recovery (BDR) deployments.
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Apr 09, 2018
No one ever wants a recovery to go southwhether its your first or 50th time completing a data recovery operation. But your organization will experience a bit more anxiety when it goes to perform its first recovery using a new solution. If the phrase successful recovery, in your experience, has applied to only a few applications or a limited set of files, its understandable that you may be anxious the first time you test a recovery of your entire environment. Know this: you can successfully conduct a full recovery of your environment the first time as well as every time thereafter. This is the challenge and opportunity that I face every day in my role: to deliver successful cloud recovery for my clients no matter what. While we never guarantee that a recovery will occur without some hiccups during the process, I can point to the fact that every cloud recovery that I have overseen has met our agreed upon service levels whether that guarantee is for a 1-hour recovery, a 24-hour rec
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Apr 09, 2018
The core technology behind Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) has evolved for decades. More recently, DRaaS has linked to the cloud, and finally hit its stride. Today it can provide unprecedented availability options to companies who dont have secondary data centers dedicated to business continuity. Before now, only IT teams with additional IT budget, staff and geographic locations could effectively hedge against downtime, and disasters. But todays DRaaS means that businesses of all sizes have the peace of mind that comes with knowing a replica of their data and systems is hosted at a remote site that they can fail over towithout bearing any of the infrastructure costs or maintenance responsibilities. All infrastructure and maintenance is the responsibility of the DRaaS provider. And the technology ensures that a replica is not only available, but always current and immediately available. This attractive value proposition led Gartner to predict that global DRaaS revenue will rea
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Apr 09, 2018
IT admins tasked with restoring servers or lost data during a disruption are consumed with a single-minded purpose: successful recovery. But it shouldnt take an adverse event to underscore the importance of recovery as part of an overall backup strategy. This is especially true with large datasets. Before you consider how youre going to back up large datasets, first consider how you may need to recover the data. Variables abound. Is it critical or non-critical data? A simple file deletion or a system-wide outage? A physical server running onsite or a virtual one hosted offsite? These and a handful of other criteria will determine your backup and disaster recovery (BDR) deployment. What do we mean by large? A simple question with a not-so-simple answer. If your total data footprint is 5 TB or more, thats considered large. But what kind of data is it? How many actual files are there? How frequently do they change? How much can they be compressed? Its likely that two different 5 TB en
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Apr 09, 2018
Global data deduplication provides important benefits over traditional deduplication processes because it removes redundant data through entire enterprises, not just single devices. Global deduplication increases the data deduplication ratiothe size of the original data measured against the size of the data store after redundancies are removed. This helps reduce the amount of storage required at a time when businesses face exponential storage growth. Chief benefits of global deduplication include: Reductions in storage of up to 60% The most optimal deduplication ratio Enterprise-wide reach Massive reductions in backup-related WAN traffic By shrinking storage capacity needs, data deduplication can cut storage costs quickly. At the same time, businesses today need to access and utilize their data in real time, making the most recent and relevant information available. By eliminating redundant data, deduplication technology makes it simpler for data to be managed across various b
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Published By: Carbonite     Published Date: Apr 09, 2018
There are five essential steps to protecting data and applications from the most common causes of data loss and downtime. IT pros who follow these steps can feel confident in their long-term organizational plan. Read this expert guide from Ben Maas, an independent consultant and system architect who has guided many companies through backup and disaster recovery (BDR) deployments.
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