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The Changing Scope of Disaster Recovery

Disaster Recovery, for most organizations, used to mean making sure that a handful of mission-critical applications were protected and able to be brought back online in the event of a data center failure. The data center of today has changed

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Disaster Recovery with Cloud as Primary Storage

The first blog in this series discussed initially using a Cloud as Primary Storage solution for data protection and then in the second blog in the series, transitioning to using the Cloud as Primary Storage to store production data. In

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Live Webinar: 2019 Storage Strategies Series – What’s Your Plan for Object Storage?

Join Storage Switzerland, Caringo, Cloudian and Scality, for a live roundtable discussion on Object Storage. Learn what you need to know to develop a strategy for object storage. Our panel of experts will discuss what object storage is, what is

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Live Webinar: Designing Storage Architectures for Data Privacy, Compliance and Governance

Managing data is about more than managing capacity growth; organizations today need to adhere to increasingly strict data privacy, compliance and governance regulations. Privacy regulations like GDPR and California’s Consumer Privacy Act place new expectations on organizations that require them

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eBook: Developing a Holistic Storage Security Strategy

The target of most cyber-attacks, like ransomware, is eventually the primary storage system that stores the organization’s most valuable data. If an attacker compromises the organization’s data, they either attempt to restore the data from backups or pay a ransom

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Re-setting the Bar for VMware Backups in the Cloud Era

In a world where IT is scrutinized based on the bottom line, it’s easy to deprioritize disaster recovery. Building out, refreshing and managing a dedicated infrastructure for disaster recovery requires significant capex investment and compounds the already heavy burden of

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Designing Backups for Data Privacy and Ransomware

Two external factors are forcing organizations to rethink their backup process and how they store backup data. The first is the ever-increasing threat of ransomware, which encrypts production data forcing the customer to pay for a “key” to decrypt it.

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