White Paper: Unitrends
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery were the most commonly cited reasons (60%) for having adopted Cloud-based solutions for backup and recovery.
Enterprises acknowledge that cloud backups and recovery are required to maintain business operations and business continuity.
The ability to recover data, when needed, in a cost effective manner was widely cited as one of the main criteria used to select a particular Cloud service.
This whitepaper takes a look at both the advantages for those who have transitioned to cloud solutions and drawbacks for those who haven’t.
Characteristics of today’s retention landscape
Business Continuity, not simply Data Recovery, is the actual requirement
Are Cloud-based backup & recovery solutions being used to address these needs?
Benefits of using the cloud for backup, recovery and business continuity
Criteria used to select Cloud solutions
Hindrances to adoption of Cloud-based solutions for backup and recovery
Virtualization has enabled companies to aptly manage storage, network and resources effortlessly. However, installing and maintaining backup software for each application on every virtualized server is a laborious task for the firms. Moreover, the chances of having overtaxed hardware resources and resulting performance issues are higher with virtualization. Unitrends, a Burlington, MA-based company, addresses this challenge by providing an array of solutions for enterprise backup, virtual backup, and disaster recovery.
Ransomware has become so prolific that it is no longer a question of “if” you are going to get hit with any kind of malware. In a nutshell, it is a question of when. If Ransomware hasn’t held your data hostage, it’s just a matter of time. For a ransomware offense, some proactive measures must be taken that will attempt to keep ransomware out of all user and server- based systems. This whitepaper gives insight into the rise of ransomware and provides some guidance on protection, backup, and the recovery solutions that organizations should implement. Key takeaways from this whitepaper: Present scenario of ransomware today How does an enterprise make sure they never have to pay ransom? Best practices & recommendations to reduce risk and assure continuous recovery and data protection What does a good backup strategy look like for ransomware protection?
By: Software AG
Digital business transformation is based on an IT architecture transformation with a roadmap for digital capability implementation. Based on the software platforms, digital companies create enhanced or totally new business models which offer completely new digital customer experiences. Established companies are building up software know-how and are acquiring software companies to accelerate their digital transformation by injecting software innovation capabilities into their core business areas. This whitepaper helps to understand what makes today’s digital challengers attractive to customers and consumers, as it highlights their core competencies and differentiators based on their digital software-based technology. Key takeaways from this whitepaper: Digital challengers separate companies from their customers Implementing digital capabilities for digital use cases Digital companies have a micro services-oriented, scalable IT architecture