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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. Storin...

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Truth in Data Protection: Cover Your SaaS

Published by: Ekovox
03/17/2021 13:00:00 - 03/17/2021 14:00:00 -
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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, we'll cover some of the leading backup applications purpose-built to protect SaaS and cover what makes each one unique.  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!)

Data protection traditionally meant “data backup” but the modern data center needs a lot more functionality than simply making copies and storing them offsite. Today organizations need to get to zero RTO/RPO across hybrid and multi-cloud environments with believable DR plans based on analytics enabling flexible scalability. And now with the dispersion of data across the enterprise, including IOT, protecting data at the edge becomes even more critical. Companies of all types and sizes now need strong governance and compliance features and the ability to enable indexed access to active archives. And lastly, the cybersecurity component to ensure recovery from ransomware and malware hacks must be an integral part of any data protection solution.

 


In this webcast, led by industry analyst, Mike Matchett, we’ll focus on 3 leading disruptive data protection technologies and taking your questions and comments.

Data protection traditionally meant “data backup” but the modern data center needs a lot more functionality than simply making copies and storing them offsite. Today organizations need to get to zero RTO/RPO across hybrid and multi-cloud environments with believable DR plans based on analytics enabling flexible scalability. And now with the dispersion of data across the enterprise, including IOT, protecting data at the edge becomes even more critical. Companies of all types and sizes now need strong governance and compliance features and the ability to enable indexed access to active archives. And lastly, the cybersecurity component to ensure recovery from ransomware and malware hacks must be an integral part of any data protection solution.

 

In this webcast, led by industry analyst, Mike Matchett, we’ll focus on 3 leading disruptive data protection technologies and taking your questions and comments.

Data protection traditionally meant “data backup” but the modern data center needs a lot more functionality than simply making copies and storing them offsite. Today organizations need to get to zero RTO/RPO across hybrid and multi-cloud environments with believable DR plans based on analytics enabling flexible scalability. And now with the dispersion of data across the enterprise, including IOT, protecting data at the edge becomes even more critical. Companies of all types and sizes now need strong governance and compliance features and the ability to enable indexed access to active archives. And lastly, the cybersecurity component to ensure recovery from ransomware and malware hacks must be an integral part of any data protection solution.

 

In this webcast, led by industry analyst, Mike Matchett, we’ll focus on 3 leading disruptive data protection technologies and taking your questions and comments.

Data protection traditionally meant “data backup” but the modern data center needs a lot more functionality than simply making copies and storing them offsite. Today organizations need to get to zero RTO/RPO across hybrid and multi-cloud environments with believable DR plans based on analytics enabling flexible scalability. And now with the dispersion of data across the enterprise, including IOT, protecting data at the edge becomes even more critical. Companies of all types and sizes now need strong governance and compliance features and the ability to enable indexed access to active archives. And lastly, the cybersecurity component to ensure recovery from ransomware and malware hacks must be an integral part of any data protection solution.

 

In this webcast, led by industry analyst, Mike Matchett, we’ll focus on 3 leading disruptive data protection technologies and taking your questions and comments.

Data protection traditionally meant “data backup” but the modern data center needs a lot more functionality than simply making copies and storing them offsite. Today organizations need to get to zero RTO/RPO across hybrid and multi-cloud environments with believable DR plans based on analytics enabling flexible scalability. And now with the dispersion of data across the enterprise, including IOT, protecting data at the edge becomes even more critical. Companies of all types and sizes now need strong governance and compliance features and the ability to enable indexed access to active archives. And lastly, the cybersecurity component to ensure recovery from ransomware and malware hacks must be an integral part of any data protection solution.

 

In this webcast, led by industry analyst, Mike Matchett, we’ll focus on 3 leading disruptive data protection technologies and taking your questions and comments.

Data protection traditionally meant “data backup” but the modern data center needs a lot more functionality than simply making copies and storing them offsite. Today organizations need to get to zero RTO/RPO across hybrid and multi-cloud environments with believable DR plans based on analytics enabling flexible scalability. And now with the dispersion of data across the enterprise, including IOT, protecting data at the edge becomes even more critical. Companies of all types and sizes now need strong governance and compliance features and the ability to enable indexed access to active archives. And lastly, the cybersecurity component to ensure recovery from ransomware and malware hacks must be an integral part of any data protection solution.

 

In this webcast, led by industry analyst, Mike Matchett, we’ll focus on 3 leading disruptive data protection technologies and taking your questions and comments.

Data protection traditionally meant “data backup” but the modern data center needs a lot more functionality than simply making copies and storing them offsite. Today organizations need to get to zero RTO/RPO across hybrid and multi-cloud environments with believable DR plans based on analytics enabling flexible scalability. And now with the dispersion of data across the enterprise, including IOT, protecting data at the edge becomes even more critical. Companies of all types and sizes now need strong governance and compliance features and the ability to enable indexed access to active archives. And lastly, the cybersecurity component to ensure recovery from ransomware and malware hacks must be an integral part of any data protection solution.

 

In this webcast, led by industry analyst, Mike Matchett, we’ll focus on 3 leading disruptive data protection technologies and taking your questions and comments.

Data protection traditionally meant “data backup” but the modern data center needs a lot more functionality than simply making copies and storing them offsite. Today organizations need to get to zero RTO/RPO across hybrid and multi-cloud environments with believable DR plans based on analytics enabling flexible scalability. And now with the dispersion of data across the enterprise, including IOT, protecting data at the edge becomes even more critical. Companies of all types and sizes now need strong governance and compliance features and the ability to enable indexed access to active archives. And lastly, the cybersecurity component to ensure recovery from ransomware and malware hacks must be an integral part of any data protection solution.

In this webcast, led by industry analyst, Mike Matchett, we’ll focus on 3 leading disruptive data protection technologies and taking your questions and comments.

Data protection traditionally meant “data backup” but the modern data center needs a lot more functionality than simply making copies and storing them offsite. Today organizations need to get to zero RTO/RPO across hybrid and multi-cloud environments with believable DR plans based on analytics enabling flexible scalability. And now with the dispersion of data across the enterprise, including IOT, protecting data at the edge becomes even more critical. Companies of all types and sizes now need strong governance and compliance features and the ability to enable indexed access to active archives. And lastly, the cybersecurity component to ensure recovery from ransomware and malware hacks must be an integral part of any data protection solution.

 

In this webcast, led by industry analyst, Mike Matchett, we’ll focus on 3 leading disruptive data protection technologies and taking your questions and comments.

Data protection traditionally meant “data backup” but the modern data center needs a lot more functionality than simply making copies and storing them offsite. Today organizations need to get to zero RTO/RPO across hybrid and multi-cloud environments with believable DR plans based on analytics enabling flexible scalability. And now with the dispersion of data across the enterprise, including IOT, protecting data at the edge becomes even more critical. Companies of all types and sizes now need strong governance and compliance features and the ability to enable indexed access to active archives. And lastly, the cybersecurity component to ensure recovery from ransomware and malware hacks must be an integral part of any data protection solution.

In this webcast, led by industry analyst, Mike Matchett, we’ll focus on 3 leading disruptive data protection technologies and taking your questions and comments.

Data protection traditionally meant “data backup” but the modern data center needs a lot more functionality than simply making copies and storing them offsite. Today organizations need to get to zero RTO/RPO across hybrid and multi-cloud environments with believable DR plans based on analytics enabling flexible scalability. And now with the dispersion of data across the enterprise, including IOT, protecting data at the edge becomes even more critical. Companies of all types and sizes now need strong governance and compliance features and the ability to enable indexed access to active archives. And lastly, the cybersecurity component to ensure recovery from ransomware and malware hacks must be an integral part of any data protection solution.

In this webcast, led by industry analyst, Mike Matchett, we’ll focus on 3 leading disruptive data protection technologies and taking your questions and comments.

Data protection traditionally meant “data backup” but the modern data center needs a lot more functionality than simply making copies and storing them offsite. Today organizations need to get to zero RTO/RPO across hybrid and multi-cloud environments with believable DR plans based on analytics enabling flexible scalability. And now with the dispersion of data across the enterprise, including IOT, protecting data at the edge becomes even more critical. Companies of all types and sizes now need strong governance and compliance features and the ability to enable indexed access to active archives. And lastly, the cybersecurity component to ensure recovery from ransomware and malware hacks must be an integral part of any data protection solution.

In this webcast, led by industry analyst, Mike Matchett, we’ll focus on 3 leading disruptive data protection technologies and taking your questions and comments.

Data protection traditionally meant “data backup” but the modern data center needs a lot more functionality than simply making copies and storing them offsite. Today organizations need to get to zero RTO/RPO across hybrid and multi-cloud environments with believable DR plans based on analytics enabling flexible scalability. And now with the dispersion of data across the enterprise, including IOT, protecting data at the edge becomes even more critical. Companies of all types and sizes now need strong governance and compliance features and the ability to enable indexed access to active archives. And lastly, the cybersecurity component to ensure recovery from ransomware and malware hacks must be an integral part of any data protection solution.

In this webcast, led by industry analyst, Mike Matchett, we’ll focus on 3 leading disruptive data protection technologies and taking your questions and comments.

 

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