Data protection has never been more important for businesses and other organizations. Beyond straightforward backup, data protection now includes archiving, off-site replication, encryption, and more. Data is the target of every modern criminal because it is the most important asset of every modern business. Protecting company data from these criminals requires constant vigilance and evolving strategies.
Companies have to protect their data from more than just criminals. Hardware failure, human error, and misunderstanding of Office 365 and other SaaS data protection also create significant risk. Massive amounts of data are being generated on a daily basis, and that's sure to continue and increase as the digital transformation progresses. How does an IT professional protect this critical data, ensure that it is always accessible, and anticipate future data protection needs?
Today our Barracuda data protection experts are releasing a new report, ‘Closing Backup and Recovery Gaps,' which offers an in-depth look at the new risks and trends surrounding data protection.
Download this report to get the latest information on:
- What kind of data and systems are being included in backup plans
- How cloud backup is growing in popularity, and what may be holding it back
- Why confusion about backing up Office 365 data is increasing organizational risk
How does an IT professional protect identify mission-critical data, ensure that data is always accessible, and anticipate future data protection needs? New Barracuda research provides an in-depth look at the data protection landscape.Click To Tweet
Christine Barry is Senior Chief Blogger and Social Media Manager at Barracuda. In this role, she helps bring Barracuda stories to life and facilitate communication between the public and Barracuda internal teams. Prior to joining Barracuda, Christine was a field engineer and project manager for K12 and SMB clients for over 15 years. She holds several technology credentials, a Bachelor of Arts, and a Master of Business Administration. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan.