Without a reliable network, many (probably most) organizations would have to simply shut their doors.They could not operate on a daily basis. Today's IT leaders are serious about...
Data is every company's most essential asset, yet for many small and midsize businesses, protecting it has never been harder. Innovations like virtualization and mobility have...
Conventional backup and recovery approaches clearly can't keep up with ever-growing storage demands. Learn how Simpana Software can help you modernize your data protection...
Along with their iLayer software, Quantum has delivered an archive solution that reduces the total cost of ownership for the IT infrastructure while at the same time simplifying data protection. To learn more about the Scalar i6000, please read on.
If your organization is like most, you probably move more than a few files from place to place. With all this data flying around, how secure are your file transfers? This shortcut guide examines three real-world file transfer scenarios and provides the 10 business requirements you need to fulfill with any file transfer solution.
Misconceptions and bad assumptions related to file transfer are common. This paper will bust some of these myths by examining common misunderstandings, explaining where they came from-because many of them do, in fact, contain a nugget of truth-and seeing how they hold up to cold, hard facts.
Although many managed file transfer solutions are similar in basic capabilities, each solution offers unique features that, depending on your needs, may be advantageous or disadvantageous to your organization. This paper will examine specific business requirements that you may have and translate those to the technical requirements of a file transfer solution.
User education and awareness, preventive measures and a modern web security solution are all integral components of a comprehensive defense against today's web threats. This guide covers some essential preventive measures you should implement to reduce your risk and keep ahead of the threats as much as possible.
Web interactivity increasingly relies on user- and third-party-generated content built on rich backend database systems, which are easily exploited. This has created a breeding ground for the distribution of malware-even among the most trusted and popular web sites and applications. This dramatic change in the nature of web threats has rendered traditional web filtering technology completely ineffective. Simply blocking access to sites that may host malware is no longer a viable solution - as that would now include each and every site on the net. Read this buyers guide to learn what to look for when evaluating web security solutions.
The web is now the cybercriminal's favored means of attack, with a newly infected website discovered every few seconds. Hijacked trusted sites, poisoned search results, fake anti-virus software and phishing websites are a sample of the exploits that hit users' browsers every day. That leaves your business in a bind: Accessing the web poses enormous risks, yet you can't afford to be isolated from the internet and its resources. This white paper examines the latest web threats, and recommends four best practices and a layered approach that enables your users while also protecting your organization's endpoints, network and data.
Industry analyst firm Enterprise Management Associated looks at effective, low-cost disk-to-disk-to-tape technologies and data protection approaches.
Enterprises must establish a database security strategy that goes beyond authentication, authorization and access control. The key to successful database security is knowing why you're protecting each database, which databases to protect, and how best to secure data against all types of threats.
A rewind button for applications, files and transactions? That's what continuous data protection (CDP) technology provides to managers of IBM AIX and i5/OS operating environments. CDP rapidly recovers accidentally deleted or otherwise corrupted data and provides many other valuable benefits.