The growing complexity of today’s enterprise computing environment means critical corporate data is stored in increasingly fragmented and heterogeneous infrastructures. Ensuring all this decentralized data is backed up in case of breach or disaster is a major cause of anxiety for both business executives and senior IT professionals.
That’s because comprehensive data protection is really not core to most people’s jobs – most of you have other things to worry about, and you just hope and pray that the systems you’ve implemented have backed up your data and will recover it in case of a disaster. But you’ve got your fingers crossed because you’re really not that confident that they will.
According to Jason Buffington, principal analyst for data protection at ESG, improving data backup and recovery…
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