Data Protection-as-a-Service (DPaaS) is becoming more popular for both managed service providers who are looking for additional ways to provide value to their clients while managing their margins, and for government agencies who wish to provide IT services for other internal organizations.
BaaS (Backup as a Service) and DRaaS (Disaster Recovery as a Service) help IT professionals STOP focusing all their energy on maintaining systems and START looking to the future. With business continuity assured, IT professionals in any size organization can focus on strategy and take their place at the leadership table.
For many organizations, IT complexity is the enemy of business execution. Soaring data volumes combined with a proliferation of new business application services contributes to infrastructure sprawl across the enterprise.
Read our solution brief to learn how Lenovo and Veeam® backup for VSAN deployments ensures availability for your entire virtual infrastructure with industry-leading solutions.
Every government agency wants to make better use of data. To accomplish that, they must find ways to unify and unleash data while ensuring it remains secure. But as disparate systems evolve over time, they make cohesive data management difficult, if not impossible.
Download this paper to find about the three key steps government agencies can take to secure and fully leverage their data.
Nick Cavalancia, Founder & Chief Techvangelist, Techvangelism
The task of protecting everything you have hosted in Microsoft Azure requires some cloud-first thinking, planning and execution. In this eBook, you’ll learn about Veeam Backup for Microsoft Azure and how its Azure-centric features help to deliver fast and reliable Azure recovery.
Data is a core business asset for most organizations today. Modern data protection done the right way reduces vulnerabilities within those organizations. ESG’s recent research about Cisco and Veeam® discusses:
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BaaS (Backup as a Service) and DRaaS (Disaster Recovery as a Service) can provide the critical support that organizations need to STOP focusing all their energy on maintaining and START looking to the future. Learn 5 key strategic benefits that IT achieves with a BaaS and DRaaS approach to data protection.
Forrester published a “2020 Modern Backup Buyers’ Guide,” which describes how modern IT has to adapt its data protection strategies as organizations embrace a multi-cloud approach and leverage cloud-based services. The guide from Forrester also posed self-assessment questions related to: • Technical & Functional Considerations for IT implementors and architects • Organizational & Operational Considerations for senior leaders driving IT strategy
Lastly, Forrester described “what to look for” for six key areas of data protection. This brief covers the perspectives and responses by Veeam®, the leader in backup solutions that deliver Cloud Data Management™, to the six categories IT decision-makers should evaluate regarding their data backup and protection solutions.
Increasingly, state and local governments find themselves targeted by malicious cyberattackers who sneak into their information technology systems, encrypt critical data and other files, and then demand millions in ransom payments to restore access. When governments find themselves being ransomed, their choices are typically to pay, which will undercut their ability to deliver key services to their communities due to budget restrictions, or not pay, resulting in the immediate inability to serve their communities and the loss of key data that will inevitably plague them for years afterwards.
It’s becoming increasingly common for ransomware authors to directly attack high-value targets like schools. Following a successful attack, an attacker may demand millions of dollars in ransom money. Even if paying the ransom was an option, doing that doesn’t guarantee that data can be recovered. The best way that an organization can protect itself against ransomware attacks is to implement a backup system that guarantees the recoverability of data.