The rise of digital transformation, cloud adoption and remote work has spurred an evolution of identity in the workplace. In this e-guide, read more about the convergence of identity management and security, how to identify the main access management risks, and how cloud adoption is shaping digital identity trends.
NAS encryption helps organisations prevent unauthorized individuals from gaining access to confidential data. However, the process is complex and, if done incorrectly, can put sensitive data at risk. Here are seven NAS encryption best practices to protect your data.
IDC interviewed eight FalconStor customers that had deployed at least one or a combination of the following FalconStor storage management solutions: Virtual Tape Library (VTL), Network Storage Server (NSS), and Continuous Data Protector (CDP).
Developing a business continuity and DR strategy usually involves an extensive amount of information gathering, combined with piecing together products and services that work as a collective. Check out this e-guide to learn the differences between business continuity and DR, discover 4 approaches to a successful combined strategy, and much more.
IDC interviewed eight FalconStor customers that had deployed at least one or a combination of the following FalconStor storage management solutions: Virtual Tape Library (VTL), Network Storage Server (NSS), and Continuous Data Protector (CDP). All customers reported high levels of satisfaction.
Access this video demonstration for a detailed look at FalconStor CDP’s ability to protect physical servers and virtual machines, support direct attached storage along with iSCSI and fiber channel SAN connectivity and to work with clustered shared storage.
This short case study explores how the pro ice hockey team, Tampa Bay Lightning, easily and affordably implemented one industry-leading backup and recovery software solution that leverages the advantages of disk-based data protection to provided application-aware recovery that can meet both remote and local requirements. Read on to learn more.
Backup and recovery software typically requires agents that are installed onto the host servers that a system administrator wants to back up. The Asigra solution requires no agents, which inherently makes it easier to install and support than legacy backup and recovery solutions. Read this whitepaper to learn more!