This is part two of five in a series on Ransomware that will discuss Canadian trends, why Canadian organizations are so susceptible to attacks and why your strategy needs to change to adapt to the ever-changing world of ransomware.
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This is part one of five in a series on Ransomware that will discuss what ransomware is, key trends, types of malware, how to prevent attacks and how to safeguard your business critical data.
This is part of a series of interviews with Asigra Partners. In this post we’re talking with Nikolaos Prapas, Data and Recovery Solutions Engineer at TAS France who shares the importance of having a sound disaster recovery plan/DRaaS solution, trends in the European market related to backup and recovery, his opinion on ransomware best practices and the best way to prevent malicious attacks.
2016 was a very interesting time in the world of IT. Ransomware and malicious attacks became prevalent, BYOD became more popular, Office 365 and SaaS applications proliferated the marketplace and cloud backup solutions became the preferred choice for many IT professionals. 2016 is over, but it completely changed the IT landscape in terms of the way business and operations are conducted, the way employees work; but also shows that the world of data backup and recovery are constantly changing.
Asigra is pleased to announce the addition of CloudRecover to our growing roster of global partners. For more than 10 years, CloudRecover has helped businesses across the South Pacific manage their data solutions. As a Cloud Managed Service, they protect over nine petabytes of data and were looking for a robust solution to protect a myriad of servers with high-performance architecture.
Before cloud backup was an industry buzzword, CEO and Founder David Farajun knew that there was a need for agentless architecture after losing all of his files and data. It started with a prototype and a goal – how to create a robust agentless multi-site backup and recovery managed service platform to sell to Service Providers globally?
How much data does your organization recover annually? It’s probably less than you think. The new Data Protection Trends: Validating Recovery report conducted by Asigra debunks the notion that organizations recover 100 per cent of their data – even when given the option to restore larger amounts.
Remote offices, branch offices (ROBO), small offices, and home offices (SOHO) have become ever more dominant characteristics of business organizations. SOHOs have grown rapidly, as more organizations permit their employees to work from home. Government organizations have not been immune to this trend , as they have become more geographically dispersed than ever before.
This is part of a series of interviews with Asigra Partners. In this post we’re talking with Brent Reichow, Principal at BlueShift Data Protection about misconceptions with IaaS and SaaS and data protection, trends in the Asian-Pacific market related to backup and recovery, his experiences with ransomware and what organizations can do to prevent attacks.
Join Host - Alan Hart, Abdul Altamimi – Founder and Chief Technology Officer at RestorePoint and Gerson Guevara – Senior Lead Solution Engineer at Asigra to learn new and emerging trends within the data protection and security industry and how these new trends affect your business.