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May 22, 2020

Government Agencies Face Hurdles in Leveraging and Protecting their Data in a Multi-Cloud World

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The explosive growth and distribution of data, combined with the threats posed by ransomware and other cyberattacks, make core functions including data backup, recovery, and migration more critical than ever.

Organizations that fail to address basic needs can’t hope to capitalize on digital data’s full potential. But to meet these core requirements, organizations must overcome several tough challenges associated with two pervasive trends:
• Data proliferation and distribution, especially across multiple cloud environments;
• Cyberattacks, including ransomware, that target digital data.

State and local government agencies are among those attempting to navigate through the fast-changing data landscape. These agencies share many of the same data management challenges as their commercial and educational peers, of course, but often have additional hurdles to clear.