Today’s enterprise is vastly different than five years ago: 75 percent of the workforce is mobile, 90 percent of companies support Mac devices, five malware attacks happen every second and half of enterprise data lives outside the data center. As everything around you changes, you’re expected to support the enterprise with flat budgets and static head counts. Endpoint backup enables you to protect enterprise data and mitigate the growing risk of data loss, ransomware and insider threat.
Three decades after the height of the cold war between Apple and IBM, these former nemeses have formed a partnership emblematic of the shifting tide in enterprise IT. Macs are no longer just a niche choice for the creative class. In this report, see how Macs have proven themselves in the enterprise. They’re easier to support than PCs, increase worker productivity, enhance information security and save money.
Endpoint data backup is the foundation of an effective enterprise data security strategy. With half of enterprise data living on the endpoints, the attack surface is wide and risk of data leakage, loss, theft and breach is great.
CyberEdge Group’s third annual Cyberthreat Defense Report (CDR) provides a penetrating look at how IT security professionals perceive cyberthreats and plan to defend against them. Based on a survey of 1000 IT security decision makers and practitioners conducted in November 2015, the report delivers insights IT security teams can use to compare their perceptions, priorities, and security postures to their peers.
Data migration projects are a fact of life for IT. And with the release of Windows 10, many enterprises are embarking in migration projects at scale. Although these migrations are necessary, that doesn’t mitigate the complexity, cost and significant risk of data loss during such transitions.
Code42 is predicated on two beliefs: first, we believe our customers should benefit from cloud solutions without compromising their data security, regulatory or privacy requirements; and secondly, the customer— not the provider—should decide how a cloud solution is deployed.
Beyond baseline requirements like centralized management, user transparency, scheduled backups and the ability to restore to different devices, buyers must evaluate against endpoint data protection differentiators to ensure they purchase the most secure and scalable solution for their organization.
Read this white paper to learn how the common approaches to e-discovery miss the mark and how CrashPlan's endpoint backup can streamline the collection and preservation of electronically stored information.
Join Code42 and featured speaker, IDC Program Vice President Laura DuBois to learn:
- Up-to-the minute trends in endpoint security
- The challenges and opportunities of growth in unstructured data
- How IT can regain control without compromising end-user productivity
-Table stakes for enterprise-grade endpoint backup
Today’s organizations face a ballooning data management and risk problem. The use of laptops, tablets, workstations, servers and smartphones in the enterprise to create and store critical data is growing at an alarming rate.