Featured Content for ESG Data Protection

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[ESG Tech Truth] DRaaS Usage Trends

One of the most interesting BC/DR alternatives in the market today is disaster recovery-as-a-service (DRaaS), whereby production resources fail over to cloud-based resources. Nearly half (48%) of all organizations are utilizing a DRaaS solution to protect servers/VMs in some way.

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[ESG Tech Truth] DRaaS Usage Trends

One of the most interesting BC/DR alternatives in the market today is disaster recovery-as-a-service (DRaaS), whereby production resources fail over to cloud-based resources. Nearly half (48%) of all organizations are utilizing a DRaaS solution to protect servers/VMs in some way.

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[ESG Brief] Why You Still Need Backup

It’s important for organizations to appreciate the differences between “backup” and processes such as file sync and share or deriving copies via storage-based snapshots and replicas. It’s also important to know that even if a midsized organization is leveraging software-as-a-service (SaaS), it still must ensure proper preservation. This research brief describes the distinctive elements of three data protection scenarios, including covering how restoration and recovery fit into the picture.

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[ESG Brief] Why You Still Need Backup

It’s important for organizations to appreciate the differences between “backup” and processes such as file sync and share or deriving copies via storage-based snapshots and replicas. It’s also important to know that even if a midsized organization is leveraging software-as-a-service (SaaS), it still must ensure proper preservation. This research brief describes the distinctive elements of three data protection scenarios, including covering how restoration and recovery fit into the picture.

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[ESG Research Report] Data Protection Personas and Methods

In order to gauge “who is choosing what and how?” when it comes to modern data protection tools, ESG surveyed 305 IT professionals responsible for and/or familiar with their organization’s data protection infrastructure, processes, and strategy, representing large midmarket organizations (defined as organizations with 500 to 999 employees) and enterprise-class (defined as organizations with 1,000 employees or more) organizations in North America. The goal of the research was to explore the business and IT requirements driving modern data protection strategies, the influencers and stakeholders within their organizations, and the implementation details of their existing and preferred data protection strategies.

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[ESG Research Report] Data Protection Personas and Methods

In order to gauge “who is choosing what and how?” when it comes to modern data protection tools, ESG surveyed 305 IT professionals responsible for and/or familiar with their organization’s data protection infrastructure, processes, and strategy, representing large midmarket organizations (defined as organizations with 500 to 999 employees) and enterprise-class (defined as organizations with 1,000 employees or more) organizations in North America. The goal of the research was to explore the business and IT requirements driving modern data protection strategies, the influencers and stakeholders within their organizations, and the implementation details of their existing and preferred data protection strategies.

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[ESG On Location] Wrap-Up on Backup from Dell EMC World 2016

In this ESG On Location Video, ESG's Jason Buffington discusses his impressions from Dell EMC World 2016 vis a vis Data Protection.

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[ESG On Location] Wrap-Up on Backup from Dell EMC World 2016

In this ESG On Location Video, ESG's Jason Buffington discusses his impressions from Dell EMC World 2016 vis a vis Data Protection.

Data Protection Research for 2017-2018

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