If you work in the public sector, then you’re aware of the rigorous compliance and security concerns surrounding PII and SPII. A fact that’s likely the culprit for causing many state and local governments’ hesitation towards cloud migration. Cyber-attacks hijacking, corrupting, deleting, or selling sensitive data have steep consequences for Public Sector accounts lacking the resources to properly protect them, so it’s no surprise.
You’ve heard it before, “the cloud is the future of business operations” . Though you may have been intrigued by the prospect of accessing whatever data you need without the physical limitations of having an on-prem data center, you feel uncertain about the security of your data and the unknowns of burgeoning cyber-attacks. We get it, and we see this hesitation all the time. That’s why we’ve decided to compile a list of some of the most prominent misconceptions about migrating to the cloud, and then debunk them with facts, data, and use cases. For quick reference, here are the misconceptions we’ll be covering today.
In our previous blogs, we’ve explored why immutable backups are a good idea for your disaster recovery plan. We’ve also taken a deeper dive into the solutions of top tier providers like Veeam and Cohesity. Now we are exploring a different approach to immutability, and that’s what Amazon Web Services (AWS) has to offer. AWS covers a wide range of services provided by Amazon’s cloud computing platform. In this blog, we’ll discuss Amazon Simple Storage Services (S3). These services can enhance existing technologies to create better backup, data protection, and disaster recovery solutions.
In our recent blog, Immutable Backups and 5 reasons why you need them for your disaster recovery plan, we introduced immutable backups. Now it’s time to dive into the different solutions that are out there, to help you decide which one is the best approach for your environment.
Most organizations are bewildered at the mention of this latest cybersecurity requirement. When the term immutable backup comes up, we often hear, “’What is it,’ ‘Why would I need it?’, and ‘How can it help me?’”
An increasing number of technology leaders like you are modernizing their IT infrastructure from traditional blade computing to hybrid cloud environments while reducing their operating costs.