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Multi-cloud Data Protection-as-a-service: The HYCU Protégé Platform
Multi-cloud environments are here to stay and will keep on growing in diversity, use cases, and, of course, size. Data growth is not stopping anytime soon, only making the problem more acute. HYCU has taken a very different approach from many traditional vendors by selectively delivering deeply integrated solutions to the platforms they protect, and is now moving to the next challenge of unification and simplification with Protégé, calling it a data protection-as-a-service platform.

There are a number of limitations today keeping organizations from not only lifting and shifting from one cloud to another but also migrating across clouds. Organizations need the flexibility to leverage multiple clouds and move applications and workloads around freely, whether for data reuse or for disaster recovery. This is where the HYCU Protégé platform comes in. HYCU Protégé is positioned as a complete multi-cloud data protection and disaster recovery-as-a-service solution. It includes a number of capabilities that make it relevant and notable compared with other approaches in the market:

  • It was designed for multi-cloud environments, with a “built-for-purpose” approach to each workload and environment, leveraging APIs and platform expertise.
  • It is designed as a one-to-many cross-cloud disaster recovery topology rather than a one-to-one cloud or similarly limited topology.
  • It is designed for the IT generalist. It’s easy to use, it includes dynamic provisioning on-premises and in the cloud, and it can be deployed without impacting production systems. In other words, no need to manually install hypervisors or agents.
  • It is application-aware and will automatically discover and configure applications. Additionally, it supports distributed applications with shared storage. 
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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
Office 365 Information Protection - Do I need to backup O365?
This paper explains the risks of working with Office 365, including an overview of what Microsoft does and doesn’t secure. You’ll understand how much you’re responsible for protecting.
Do I need to backup O365?

If you’re an IT decision maker for your organization, you’re likely already running at least part of your IT infrastructure on cloud services. Microsoft’s Office 365 is a great example. Office 365 is an amazing tool that can make your IT department work better for less money. However, one question that new customers often have is: “Do I need to backup Office 365?”

In this paper, we’ll explore that question.
  • We’ll look at how Microsoft protects your data in Office 365
  • Who’s responsible for your data
  • What Microsoft will do for you if some or all of your data is deleted
  • We’ll talk about business-continuity planning
  • And Reasons you might consider backing up your data outside of Office 365
How iland supports Zero Trust security
This paper explains the background of Zero Trust security and how organizations can achieve this to protect themselves from outside threats.
Recent data from Accenture shows that, over the last five years, the number of security breaches has risen 67 percent, the cost of cybercrime has gone up 72 percent, and the complexity and sophistication of the threats has also increased.

As a result, it should come as no surprise that innovative IT organizations are working to adopt more comprehensive security strategies as the potential damage to business revenue and reputation increases. Zero Trust is one of those strategies that has gained significant traction in recent years.

In this paper we'll discuss:
  • What is Zero Trust?
  • The core tenants of iland’s security capabilities and contribution to supporting Zero Trust.
    • Physical - Still the first line of defense
    • Logical - Security through technology
    • People and process - The critical layer
    • Accreditation - Third-party validation
  • Security and compliance as a core iland value
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