Data is growing at an accelerating rate.This rapid growth in business data frequently results in fragmented data protection environments, as businesses have the need to backup physical and virtual, on-premises and off-premises data, all with different service level agreements (SLAs). Backup and secondary storage infrastructure often comes from multiple vendors which significantly increases the acquisition and day-to-day management costs, and adds operational inefficiencies and complexity. Download this whitepaper to see how businesses can be affected by storage infrastructure requirements.
At the core of any digital transformation initiative is data, because data is the foundation for understanding where the business is and for making informed decisions about where it is going. he problem is that many midmarket companies don’t have the resources and skills necessary to execute a successful transformation. Download our whitepaper to see how without the proper resources you could be dramatically increasing the likelihood of data loss and threatening the potential for business growth.
Many IT enterprise administrators are transforming their IT environments into cloud services delivery centers that can simultaneously support existing applications while delivering new mobile, social, and analytics applications. Download this paper to see how a scale-out storage platform can converge all necessary hardware and software components for advanced, enterprise-grade data protection and storage solution.
Traditional tape-based archival is under threat from cloud storage services that act as an offsite archival medium, facilitating integrated and seamless remote disaster recovery sites. The cloud provides all the advantages of disk-based storage while still competing effectively on price. Because the cloud is essentially remote disk-based storage, it is much faster to find and restore exact files or recover entire servers when combined with sector-based, real-time recovery software. Read more.