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Live Webinar: Ransomware Checklist – Are You Ready For Ransomware’s Next Wave?

Believe it or not, it has been a year since WannaCry crippled organizations around the world, and since that time ransomware attacks have only accelerated. The ransomware “industry” is now a $5 billion market and is projected to grow to

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SlideShare: Three Reasons Storage Security is Failing and How to Fix It

An organization’s data is constantly under attack. Whether it’s through ransomware attacks, cyber-threats or employee misguidedness, all expose organizational data and put it at risk. Encryption and access control are the keys to securing data and cyber resiliency, but most

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ChalkTalk Video: Preparing for Disaster

The pace of data center change is also changing disaster recovery. What once was a planned for and a well-documented process is now more of an ad-hoc fire drill. When disaster strikes, IT scrambles to recover everything as fast as

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Cloud Backup: Integrate or Rip and Replace?

An ideal use case for the cloud is for backup. It automatically creates an offsite copy; most cloud providers automatically replicate that backup to another cloud region, and now some providers offer disaster recovery services. One of the upfront challenges

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SlideShare: The Three New Requirements of Unstructured Data Protection – Can your backup deliver?

Because of the ability to mine it for information, unstructured data is becoming the most valuable data asset that many organizations have. The more unstructured data an organization has, the greater its value to the organization becomes. The growth in

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Designing Storage for MongoDB, Spark, MySQL, and Cassandra – Pavilion Data Briefing Note

Modern applications like MongoDB, Spark, MySQL, and Cassandra are disrupting traditional storage architectures. To keep storage costs down and performance high these applications use direct attached PCIe flash storage. Many organizations are rapidly integrating NVMe. The problem is that direct-attached

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