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Best Practices in Cloud-powered Data Protection

Jason Buffington , Principal Analyst at Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG)

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Published: December, 2016

Backup and disaster recovery represent two of the most frequent uses for cloud storage today, in large part due to the operational agility and appealing cost structure that a secure offsite data repository provides.

But protecting organizational data in the cloud is not a one-size-fits-all endeavor. Organizations assessing how to leverage cloud-powered data protection and cloud-enhanced availability should know not only that is cloud not a “tape killer,” but also that three distinct types of cloud-based data protection services are prevalent today—and each has its own strengths.

Backup and disaster recovery represent two of the most frequent uses for cloud storage today, in large part due to the operational agility and appealing cost structure that a secure offsite data repository provides.

But protecting organizational data in the cloud is not a one-size-fits-all endeavor. Organizations assessing how to leverage cloud-powered data protection and cloud-enhanced availability should know not only that is cloud not a “tape killer,” but also that three distinct types of cloud-based data protection services are prevalent today—and each has its own strengths.

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