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  Corporate IT shops are relying more and more on native cloud apps including Microsoft365, Google Suite, Salesforce and others. The commonly held belief is that, if it's stored in the cloud, it's protected but that is simply not true. Storing d...

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Truth in Data Protection: Cover Your SaaS

  Corporate IT shops are relying more and more on native cloud apps including Microsoft365, Google Suite, Salesforce and others. The commonly held belief is that, if it's stored in the cloud, it's protected but that is simply not true. Storing d...

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Corporate IT shops are relying more and more on native cloud apps including Microsoft365, Google Suite, Salesforce and others. The commonly held belief is that, "if it's stored in the cloud, it's protected" but that is simply not true. Storing data in the cloud means the data is highly available but in most cases, these tools do not natively protect your data from human error, malware injections, corrupted data or other means of corruption. Much like applications that have traditionally lived within the datacenter's four walls, their main focus is delivering productivity...not necessarily protecting the underlying data.

In this webcast you'll learn how to protect these native cloud applications with data protection products purpose-built for this task. We'll be joined by an array of companies with reporting and analysis from Mike Matchett of Small World Big Data and Jerome Wendt of DCIG. Join us and learn how to cover your SaaS and be entered to win one of ten $100 Amazon gift cards we'll give away during the event (but only attendees are eligible!)