sponsored by EMC Corporation
Posted:  11 Dec 2009
Published:  11 Dec 2009
Format:  PDF
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

IT departments typically configure user PCs so all work files are stored on network drives. But most users circumvent this approach, storing many files on their hard drives. Additionally, laptop users often work outside the office and offline, synchronizing only sporadically and keeping their current work on the local drive.

As a result, data is frequently residing on local drives, where it is not backed up. If a computer experiences a hardware problem or is lost or stolen, the consequences to the organization can include exposure to regulatory and legal risks, lost user productivity, and financial loss. Learn how to overcome the challenges of traditional data backup for your small to mid-size organization and discover the benefits of implementing a Software-As-A-Service (SaaS) backup solution.

Backups | Data Loss Prevention (DLP) | Data Recovery | Data Security | Data Storage | File Recovery Programs | Storage Best Practices | Storage Management | Storage Security | Storage Standards | Tape Backups | Tape Drive Controllers | Tape Drives

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