4 Backup and Recovery Gaps and Best Practices
sponsored by IBM

The continuous growth of information means data protection is not only more important than ever before, it is also more expensive, time consuming and complex. Deploying a new backup tool to address each new challenge presented can add a complexity to backup needs that already can be hard to handle. In order to meet these various challenges, organizations need to modernize their backup and restore operations with a complete view of their backup environment and a comprehensive plan for migrating to optimized operations.

Organizations also need to consolidate backup systems to address more complex recovery scenarios, in addition to reducing costs and energy consumption in their storage and data protection infrastructures.

Fortunately there is a storage planning and migration assistance tool to help administrators overcome these hurdles. Read on for more information about:

  • The complex storage requirements that demand a new approach
  • Supplying the necessary visibility, control and automation
  • Quantifiable benefits
  • And more!¬†
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