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Data Protection as a Service - Simplify Your Backup and Disaster Recovery
Data protection is a catch-all term that encompasses a number of technologies, business practices and skill sets associated with preventing the loss, corruption or theft of data. The two primary data protection categories are backup and disaster recovery (DR) — each one providing a different type, level and data protection objective. While managing each of these categories occupies a significant percentage of the IT budget and systems administrator’s time, it doesn’t have to. Data protection can
Simplify Your Backup and Disaster Recovery

Today, there are an ever-growing number of threats to businesses and uptime is crucial. Data protection has never been a more important function of IT. As data center complexity and demand for new resources increases, the difficulty of providing effective and cost-efficient data protection increases as well.

Luckily, data protection can now be provided as a service.

Get this white paper to learn:
  • How data protection service providers enable IT teams to focus on business objectives
  • The difference, and importance, of cloud-based backup and disaster recovery
  • Why cloud-based backup and disaster recovery are required for complete protection
How to Pick a Cloud Your CIO Will Love: 13 Questions to Ask
This paper answers 13 of the top questions you should be asking yourself as you evaluate cloud providers.

You’ve been managing your infrastructure in-house and it’s become too much to maintain – from both a cost and labor perspective. It’s time to pick a cloud provider. But, you don’t know where to start. What sort of things should you look for? What’s really important? (Hint: there are more items to keep in mind than just the cost.)

Read our latest white paper, where we answer 13 of the top questions you should be asking yourself as you evaluate cloud providers.

Here’s a sneak peek:
•    What software and hardware technologies does the cloud provider utilize?
•    Is the environment public or private?
•    Is it self-managed by you or managed by the provider?

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