Many organizations have migrated, or are in the process of migrating at least part of their IT services into Office 365. Whether your organization is going “all-in” with Office 365 or taking a more measured hybrid approach, there are many considerations for how the move to cloud services is going to affect your data.
Looking for the right solution to protect your critical Salesforce data? Use this guide to learn the truth about SaaS data loss and how to identify a third-party backup and restore solution that will keep your company compliant and productive.
Cloud service providers like Microsoft aren't the data protection force fields for critical data that many users expect. Read this free eBook to find out the causes of data loss in Office 365 and what your organization must do to protect productivity, business continuity and compliance.
In this gCON360 webinar recording Mat Hamlin, Director of Products for Spanning by EMC shares how you can avoid Google Apps data loss and fully protect your data, stay compliant, ensure data availability and get back to work quickly when data loss events happen.
In this video, we show you how Spanning Backup for Google Apps works, including how to correct problems with and monitor your Google Apps backups, how to quickly and easily restore lost data, and how to manage users and permissions for your domain.
In this video, we show you how Spanning Backup for Salesforce works, including how to easily monitor the status of your Salesforce backups, how to restore data without leaving the Salesforce app, and how to easily export Salesforce data.
If you haven’t sought backup and recovery for your cloud-stored data, you’re playing a game of chance...and the odds are against you. This eBook will help you understand the most common threats to your business in the cloud, as well as how to protect your company from non-compliance and data loss.
You’ve made the switch to Google Apps, but you keep hearing about serious security breaches, shrinking privacy, data loss, and other hazards of cloud computing. Is there anything you can do to protect your business from threats lurking in the cloud?