Endpoint backup & recovery News
October 10, 2017
Carbonite endpoint backup grows with the acquisition of Datacastle technology and customers. As a smaller company, Datacastle had been at a critical juncture.
September 27, 2016
Autotask made product unification a key thrust of its annual customer meeting, unveiling a new offering that expands its unified platform into automated file backup.
May 11, 2016
Endpoint backup specialist Druva's inSync software aids Windows 10 migrations, with its ability to import user files and settings.
March 21, 2016
Druva adds backup for popular cloud applications to its inSync endpoint protection software, bringing governance features to services such as Office 365 and Box.
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There is no universal set of rules for ROBO backup. But all corporate data protection plans need to consider it, Jason Buffington explains. Continue Reading
The increasing number of mobile devices in enterprise environments means a mobile data backup plan is required, and it won't be the same as one for a laptop. Continue Reading
Mobile workers are now accessing, creating and modifying data on ultra-portable devices such as smartphones, tablets and phablets. Most companies are still deciding on tools and strategies to back up these endpoint devices, so the risk of losing important information is real and rising. We tell you what endpoint backup alternatives you now have to avoid a devastating loss.
There’s more awareness than ever that it’s necessary to have a viable disaster recovery (DR) plan in place. But keeping a DR scenario up to date and ensuring that all key systems remain adequately protected is difficult without using specialized tools that keep tabs on DR readiness.
Moving data from one array to another or even to the cloud has traditionally been a difficult, time-consuming and costly process. But new tools, technologies and processes make the job easier and get it done faster without costing a fortune.Continue Reading
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When implementing a mobile data backup product in your organization, it's all about design and control. Explore the three areas that will keep administrators and users in sync. Continue Reading
Veritas VP Matt Cain talks about the hybrid spinoff's plans for NetBackup, Backup Exec, appliances, the hybrid cloud and data information. Continue Reading
With more employees conducting their work remotely, consumer file sync-and-share use could be exposing corporate data. In-house EFSS could help combat this. Continue Reading
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Top endpoint backup products offer good features to protect against ransomware, but there's always room for improvement. Limiting access to storage is another strategy. Continue Reading
Lately, file sync-and-share products are seeing rapid adoption. With more employees taking it upon themselves to use consumer-grade options to collaborate and access data remotely, enterprises are realizing the value that business-class offerings can bring to their organizations.
Organizations often struggle with what some analysts call the "Dropbox problem" -- that is, the difficulty that comes with employees storing company data on personal devices. By providing an enterprise-class option, IT can cut back on the Dropbox problem by putting the security and management back in their own hands. Employees can boost productivity with the convenience of being able to access data without logging onto a VPN -- and from any device they choose.
Enterprise sync-and-share technology is being used more frequently as an addition to endpoint backup as well, where the "sync" part of the product acts as the backup process. But this doesn't mean that all the difficulties of early days' sync-and-share products are gone. Furthermore, evaluating the cost and features of enterprise sync-and-share products can be difficult. This guide provides expert guidance for companies evaluating and implementing a new sync-and-share technology.Continue Reading
Today, the majority of enterprise users make use of multiple devices, thereby driving the need for endpoint and/or mobile backups. Although backups have been an important part of IT operations for many years, mobile and other endpoint devices pose a number of unique challenges. Such devices vary by make and model, operating system, and even the type of data that is stored on the device. Furthermore, some devices might not be owned by the organization or even under the organization's direct control.
The backup process is further complicated by the fact that such devices may only be connected to the network on an intermittent basis. Because of these and other challenges, administrators must adopt new policies and techniques if they want to protect the data residing on mobile devices. This three-part guide will help you to implement mobile and endpoint backups in your organization.Continue Reading
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Terri McClure of Enterprise Strategy Group explains why IT admins shouldn't consider file sync and share an effective method for backing up data. Continue Reading
Our Essential Guide to remote and mobile backups will help you tackle the hurdles posed by laptop and mobile backup, including cloud and endpoint. Continue Reading
This collection of expert advice offers insight on addressing the challenges of endpoint backup to ensure your organization's data is protected. Continue Reading