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Is File Sync and Share OK for Endpoint Backup?

A surprising number of organizations and users consider their file sync and share (FSS) solution to be a suitable replacement for backup. With an FSS solution if a user accidentally deletes a file the FSS service can provide the user

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Revamping Your Endpoint Protection Strategy to Minimize Downtime and Data Loss

Endpoint protection threatens to be the Achilles heel of modern IT shops. The need to protect endpoints has been around for decades – but doing so remains largely painful, especially as enterprise mobility usage proliferates. Protecting hundreds or thousands of

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Protecting Your Data Protection’s Blind Side – Endpoints

Laptops, smartphones, and tablets are how users get work done. A surprising amount of organizational data is stored exclusively on laptops, never touching data center storage. Endpoints are also on the front lines of business where they are the most

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Backup Endpoints So You Can Wipe Them

One of the best reasons to backup endpoints like laptops, tablets and smartphones has nothing to do with restores, it has to do with deletion. Endpoints are the most vulnerable to theft. They are left in airport security lines, Starbucks

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Trusting and Testing DRaaS

Many organizations count on a Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) solution to enable them to bounce back quickly if a disaster strikes their primary data center. DRaaS saves organizations the expenses associated with investing in and equipping a disaster

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SlideShare: Using the Cloud to Fix Backup’s Blind Spot – Endpoint Data Protection

Many data centers unwittingly have a blind spot in their backup strategy, endpoints like laptops and other devices are left exposed. Most organizations have no formal endpoint data protection strategy even though studies indicate that over 60% of data on

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SlideShare: Disaster Recovery as a Service in Action

By leveraging the cloud, Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) eliminates many of the costs associated with a DR site, changing it from a capital cost to an operational cost. Does DRaaS sound too good to be true? Can organizations

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DRaaS is For More Than Just Disasters

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) enables organizations to improve the recovery response time and lower disaster plan costs. In our recent on demand webinar we not only discussed the value of DRaaS we also provided a live demo of

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Webinar: Using the Cloud to Fix Backup’s Blind Spot – Endpoint Data Protection

Many data centers unwittingly have a blind spot in their backup strategy, endpoints like laptops and other devices are left exposed. Most organizations have no formal endpoint data protection strategy even though studies indicate that over 60% of data on

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Demo: Disaster Recovery as a Service in Action

By leveraging the cloud, Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) eliminates many of the costs associated with a DR site, changing it from a capital cost to an operational cost. Does DRaaS sound too good to be true? Can organizations

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