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What to do if Ransomware Strikes a Physical System

With ransomware, unlike almost any other form of disaster, there is an alternative to recovering from backups…pay the ransom. While one can argue the risk associated with paying a ransom, the organization may see it as a viable option. IT

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Ransomware Changes Backup Software

The threat of ransomware has put IT on its toes. The pressure is on to backup everything more frequently and to make sure that recoveries happen faster than a BitCoin transaction. Backup software manufacturers need to up their capabilities too.

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Securing Backups from Ransomware

Ransomware “developers” know that organizations are likely to count on their backups as a primary point of recovery if they are infected. As a result, these malware programs attempt to encrypt or disrupt backup operations. Other cyber attacks may even

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Webinar: Backup vs. Ransomware – 5 Requirements for Backup Success

Ransomware is the universal threat. No matter an organization’s data center location, or its size, it can be devastated by a ransomware attack. While most organizations focus on the periphery, they also need to be prepared for a breach, something

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SlideShare: Overcoming The 4 Data Protection Challenges of Hybrid IT

Organizations want to become data-driven. To achieve this goal they are leveraging modern applications and modern infrastructures. The combination creates a Hybrid IT environment where data and applications can be on-premises and in the cloud. While Hybrid IT does allow

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Avoid the Two Big Hybrid IT Protection Mistakes

Hybrid IT means that data is both on-premises and in the cloud. Increasingly it also means that IT needs to distribute data across multiple sites within the organization and move data between various cloud providers. Hybrid IT is an attempt

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Hybrid IT Changes Disaster Recovery

It used to be that organizations consolidated all data into one location. All a disaster recovery planner had to do, which was still no easy task, was get that data backed up and get a copy sent to an off-site

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Is Data Protection Ready for Hybrid IT?

Hybrid IT moves workloads and their data to and from a variety of remote locations, secondary data centers, and cloud to meet the demands of a data-driven organization. Hybrid IT enables organizations to achieve the best possible outcome from being

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Webinar: Overcoming The 4 Data Protection Challenges of Hybrid IT

Organizations want to become data-driven. To achieve this goal they are leveraging modern applications and modern infrastructures. The combination creates a Hybrid IT environment where data and applications can be on-premises and in the cloud. While Hybrid IT does allow

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