Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Banking on the Promise of Cloud Backup

A Knowledge Network article by Gene Vallejo-Yeo for CITIC Telecom CPC
Thursday 07 April 16

Backing up enterprise data has never been easy to begin with, and even more so now with the fast growth of multiple data types and sizes, servers, and operating systems that businesses use. Yet, it’s a crucial best practice for businesses intending to survive.  When something happens and a data failure occurs, an hour of downtime can costs businesses upwards of US$20,000, according to IDC, which also highlights that 70% of organizations still do not have proper levels of data protection, specifically in the critical areas of backup and disaster recovery (DR).   Why cloud backup A solution that can help businesses alleviate the complexities associated with data backup without them relinquishing control of their most important asset, is cloud backup. Offered and managed by third-party service providers…

Backing up enterprise data has never been easy to begin with, and even more so now with the fast growth of multiple data types and sizes, servers, and operating systems that businesses use. Yet, it’s a crucial best practice for businesses intending to survive.  When something happens and a data failure occurs, an hour of downtime can costs businesses upwards of US$20,000, according to IDC, which also highlights that 70% of organizations still do not have proper levels of data protection, specifically in the critical areas of backup and disaster recovery (DR).   Why cloud backup A solution that can help businesses alleviate the complexities associated with data backup without them relinquishing control of their most important asset, is cloud backup. Offered and managed by third-party service providers…

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