It’s a full-time job to track your company’s data, who it’s shared with, and track potential security risks.
There’s no doubt that your organization has multiple servers, storage devices, switches, appliances … and service contracts.
IT teams are under more pressure than ever to deliver new services and solutions quickly while minimizing risk and cost.
After several years of decline, the security operations center (SOC) is back as organizations seek to keep pace with constantly shifting security threats.
Data moves through a variety of traffic patterns to maximize utilization, reduce latency and control costs.
By 2019, more than 80 percent of enterprise web traffic will be encrypted, according to Gartner forecasts.
Most advancements in storage have focused on primary storage, applications and workloads, while secondary storage has lagged behind.
Users need to be able to move to different platforms and devices in different locations while enjoying seamless, consistent access to the applications they need.
Gartner estimates the average cost of downtime is about $5,600 per minute, which translates to more than $330,000 per hour.
It is crucial that organizations incorporate a comprehensive, proven disaster recovery plan into their overall business strategy