White Paper: Sky Data Vault
The Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) market gets a lot of buzz, but end users tell us it’s hard to do. Many of the products in the market today offer a DRaaS solution in addition to, or separate from, an overall data protection strategy, often pulling the focus of IT away from their current datacenter investments and momentum.
Careful and strategic development of a successful DRaaS partnership is going to play an integral role in defining the success of businesses moving forward. This whitepaper discusses:
What does it take to develop and maintain a successful partnership with your DR provider?
What you’ll receive out of a successful DRaaS partnership?
Organizations that outsource disaster recovery say that the costs are the same as or lower than in-house solutions
The genesis of Sky Data Vault (SDV) traces back to 2013, when the founders, seasoned in managed services, IT support, and telecom marketplaces, recognized the surging adoption of cloud services and demand for affordable, cloud-enabled DR solutions. “We all think of fire, flood, and long term power outage when we hear DRaaS. The reality is human error, hardware failure, and malware are far more common than environmental issues. We felt if we simplified the service for the customer, eliminated upfront hardware costs, and went to market with a monthly service fee, DRaaS would be more accessible for organizations to mitigate risk in all areas of their business,” begins Michael Thompson, Founder, Sky Data Vault. Sky Data Vault’s state-of-the-art Disaster Recovery solutions portfolio includes Direct to Cloud (D2C) Back Up, Hybrid DRaaS, and Direct to Cloud (D2C) DRaaS to give organizations options based on their business objectives. D2C Back Up offers protection and recovery services for important files and folders by encrypting the backups and storing them in the secure SDV Cloud.
A look at small business security perceptions and habits at each phase of business growth: Small business security continues to be a huge focus for us here at CSID. To better understand how small businesses are approaching the threat of cyber crime, CSID surveyed 150 small business owners across the United States on their concerns about cyber security and their approach to risk mitigation and response. This Executive whitepaper on corresponding small business network security survey results will explore the security risks businesses face during the different stages of its growth, how small business owners are currently addressing these risks, and what businesses can do to mitigate these risks. Key takeaways from this whitepaper: How small businesses perceive social media as it relates to business security & reputation? Which threats in small business security are of most concern to it? What small businesses know about business credit scores? What steps are taken by the small businesses to protect themselves against cyber threats? Explore this whitepaper that outlines CSID’s small business security survey results, provides a more detailed look into how small business owners feel about business security and details what actions they are taking to protect against these threats as a business grows.
By: Aberdeen Group
Today, the challenge for many organizations is that the variety of data needed for many innovative analyses is often locked away within other functional areas. Even with the inherent value in traditional customer applications, presently most compelling insights are actually derived by combining multiple different types of disparate data. This whitepaper focuses specifically on the sales and marketing functions to understand how this approach can draw us closer to our customers and elevate business performance. Several common characteristics that helps to exploit the expanded variety of data: Propensity to share data Executive-level support Self-service data access