The rise of the digital economy, unexpected market events, and the growing need for business resilience has only served to accelerate the influence of the cloud on infrastructure.Continue reading
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Edward Snowden and PRISM are hot topics in the data management world. Snowden blew the whistle on the extent to which the US Government monitors data stored in The Cloud. Apple recently revealed that the US National Security Administration requested 4000 pieces of customer data over a six month period alone!The expected backlash has been acute with 56% of non-US residents stating they are less likely to use US based Cloud service providers. In addition, 10% claimed they had already cancelled their data management contracts.Redstor is a UK company operating co-location services over two separate UK data centres. Security and data protection are at the forefront of Redstor’s service offerings. Redstor’s range of secure, cloud-based services enables organisations to more easily comply with the Data Protection Act. Our Online Backup service helps ensure data is safely backed up offsite in an encrypted format. Our Centrastor service enables organisations to store and share files securely online and our CentraStage service enables support providers to guarantee that devices they support are regularly audited, patched and safely up-to-date.We fully comply with EU data protection law, ensuring that your data is never compromised. Data is encrypted in transit, you hold the encryption key and have complete control over who can access your data. Visit https://redstor.com/ to discover more about the solutions available to you.
Kubernetes data protection represents a massive opportunity. Around 30% of global organizations are currently running containerised applications in production – by 2022, Gartner predicts that figure will be as high as 75%.Continue reading
Reading, 6 April 2020 – An unwelcome repercussion of employees snapping up laptops for home working ahead of the coronavirus lockdown has been an even bigger spike in cyber-criminal activity.Continue reading