Cloud Storage

Cloud Storage

Meet The CEO: HYCU, Inc’s Simon Taylor - Backup and Recovery is as old as the data center itself, but organizations still struggle with the process. IT professionals have tried many solutions to solve their data protection solutions, and the market is full of options, but none seem
How to Design a Modern Data Protection Architecture - Data Protection is changing. Today backup software can recover in-place, instantiating volumes directly on the backup storage which enables organizations to significantly reduce recovery windows. Consequently, the performance of the backup storage hardware matters more than ever. At the same
The Requirements of a SmartStore Storage Infrastructure - Splunk SmartStore enables organizations to achieve a high degree of compute/storage elasticity and makes it possible to achieve longer data retention without compromising performance or breaking the budget. A critical component of SmartStore is the storage system that it uses
The Questions You’re NOT Asking Your DRaaS Provider - Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is an ideal cloud use case. DRaaS uses a cloud provider’s resources and allocates them on-demand to an organization in the midst of a disaster. With DRaaS, organizations no longer need to worry about
How to Evolve From Unstructured Data Protection to Unstructured Data Management - A recent report from Igneous, “The State of Unstructured Management 2018,” indicates that most IT professionals are not satisfied with their ability to meet organizational expectations about the backup, recovery, and retention of their unstructured data sets. The value that
Backup has Fallen – How Cyber Threats are Compromising Your Backup System - Most IT professionals consider the backup process the last line of defense in their efforts to protect the organization from cyberattacks like malware, ransomware, phishing, data extraction, and internal rogue employees. The problem is bad actors are breaching this last
Keeping Office 365 Data Safe with Veeam and KeepItSafe - Beyond Microsoft’s clear position on data, “it’s your data”, it makes more sense to protect Microsoft Office 365 than potentially any other SaaS platform. Office 365 has on-premises versions, so when IT recovers data on-premises the organization can actually operate
eBook: If You Can’t Consolidate Storage Manage It - According to several surveys, most data centers have at least six storage systems, and multiple vendors are supplying those systems. If consolidating storage systems is on your IT whiteboard this year, then our new eBook, “Overcoming the Problems with Storage
Solving The Challenge with Endpoint Data Strategies - Applying data center data management best practices to endpoints is particularly challenging. As discussed in our prior post, there is the physical challenge that most organizations have hundreds if not thousands of endpoints and those endpoints are mobile. Managing and
How to Backup Office 365 - The case for protecting Office 365 is undeniable. First, Microsoft’s license agreement makes it very clear that the data stored on its service is the user’s and it is the user’s responsibility to protect it. Second, it makes sense to

One comment on “Cloud Storage
  1. Infochola says:

    Very Good articles about cloud storage

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