Most enterprises don’t need convincing to back up their Oracle, MS-SQL, and VMware environments but for some reason, vendors struggle convincing most IT professionals that laptops, Office 365 and Salesforce.com also need backing up. The common misconception is that since “everything is in the cloud”, these components of the enterprise don’t need the same data protection attention that critical applications do.
There is some justification for the belief that the cloud provides a layer of protection, but IT professionals need to decide if that layer of protection is enough to meet the enterprise’s obligations to protect and retain data. Cloud Service providers and data protection vendors don’t help matters by taking extreme positions which only makes it more difficult to find the exact answer.
Join us for another 15 Minute Friday Webinar where George Crump, Founder, and Lead Analyst at Storage Switzerland and W. Curtis Preston (a.k.a. Mr. Backup), Chief Technologist at Druva, discuss if protecting laptops and cloud services like Office 365 and Salesforce.com is really necessary and if it is, what level of protection is required.
Join us live on February 22nd at 1:00 pm ET /10:00 am PT to learn:
- What level of protection do cloud services provide?
- Is the provided level of protection enough for the enterprise?
- What does the enterprise need to add to achieve complete protection?
Register now and get Storage Switzerland’s latest eBook “Protecting the Organization From Its Endpoints.”