Reading, 15 September 2021 – Redstor and XTECH announce a strategic partnership to protect customers’ traditional infrastructure as well as cloud and SaaS data from a single app.Continue reading
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Enterprise software and IT service spend is predicted to grow at an average of 5.9% globally in 2017 and with new strategies and goals for the year ahead, organisations need to have IT resources available that can scale to meet their growing needs.
The success of an organisation can lead to “growing pains” within IT, new users, software and programs will generate new sources of data which will need to be administered and audited correctly.
Redstor’s Backup Pro solution is a simple to deploy, fully scalable solution that can keep up with growing data sets and ensure successful backups. On-demand backup will make sure that a backup never fails, should a new user, device or server be added for selection.
Resolutions aside, Redstor look at the tips and advice for a successful backup and data management strategy in 2017.
We’ve been doing it for almost 20 years; with thousands of customers across multiple verticals, it’s safe to say we’ve learned a thing or two.
Top companies will have annual testing across all aspects of a backup and recovery process, which will be documented and refined based on the evidence of test sessions. They will also understand the need to prioritise data for restore.
These plans and processes need to be accessible at all times, it’s no use having a disaster recovery plan that has been destroyed or lost in the disaster.
Archiving and automation are also two of the best tools in a data manager’s arsenal. Although backup and archiving can often be confused, effective archiving can be used to manage “cold” data that still needs to be retained.
Automating processes with hardware and software solutions will help classify data and will directly help to determine policies.
Whether its backup and data management or something else, Redstor’s roadmap relies on feedback from our customers to develop new and exciting functionality.
The recent ransomware attack on Kaseya, a cloud-based IT and security management provider services company that supplies tech-management tools to customers worldwide, has the potential to be the most serious cyber-criminal incident this year.Continue reading