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What Constitutes a Complete Data Protection Platform?

Endpoint protection has frequently been treated as an expensive hassle that is not worth it. However, for a number of reasons, organizations can no longer risk leaving employees’ laptops, tablets and other devices unprotected. The major concern is that data

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Key Security Features to Evaluate in Your Cloud Provider

Cloud storage services have evolved significantly in terms of their ability to provide data security, as well as their ability to comply with data privacy regulations such as the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the California Consumer

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Is Enterprise File Sync and Share the Same as Data Protection?

Enterprise file sync and share (EFSS) services enable files that are stored either in an on-premises storage array or a cloud service, to be shared among multiple users and accessed by remote endpoint devices or desktops. Enterprise-grade EFSS services designed

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You Will be Breached – What’s Next for Recoverability?

As ransomware variants grow in number and sophistication, it is practically inevitable that enterprises will be breached. Users are becoming more aware, but eventually there will be some users in the enterprise that click on something they shouldn’t. At the

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Cloud Endpoint Protection: Potential Pitfalls to Avoid

Backing up endpoint data is no longer a nice-to-have. Leaving endpoints unprotected leaves critical enterprise data vulnerable to malware, deletion, theft or corruption, and to running afoul of data privacy regulations. This can quickly result in a tarnished brand reputation,

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SlideShare: Is It Time to Upgrade Your Endpoint Data Strategy?

As organizations and their employees become more distributed, a case can be made that endpoints (laptops, tablets and smartphones) are some of the most critical pieces of technology in the organization. The problem is most organizations haven’t revisited their endpoint

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Three Key Steps to Endpoint Protection

In a world where data is only becoming more critical to the business, many enterprises look over the fact that endpoints are the weak link when it comes to data protection and availability. Data does not only live in the

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Moving on From Mozy Endpoint

Protecting laptops, tablets, and smartphones (endpoints) are more critical than ever. Users use endpoints of all types to create data essential to the organization, but the user may never store that data on a corporate (and protected) fileserver. One of

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What is an Endpoint Strategy?

By and large, endpoints (laptops, smartphones, tablets, etc.) are the core vehicle through which employees complete their work every day. These endpoints are also highly susceptible to malware, theft, loss, damage and accidental data deletion – creating a significant business

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The Changing State of Endpoint Backup

Many organizations consider endpoint backup a “nice-to-have”, in that if endpoint get backed up, at least occasionally it’s considered good enough. Considering how critical endpoints are to today’s workforce and their increasing importance in compliance regulations, IT needs to rethink

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