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Cloud Data Protection for VMware Environments

As virtualization enables higher flexibility and scalability of infrastructure, protecting these environments becomes increasingly complex, resulting in heavy administrative overhead and infrastructure costs. Download our whitepaper to see how Druvan can reduce risk, cost, and the effort of managing today's complex information environment.
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Druva Phoenix: Server Backup Born in the Cloud

Server backup, especially at companies managing multiple sites, is an inefficient, expensive process prone to errors. Druva Phoenix simplifies this process by enabling you to backup straight to the cloud, providing a seamless way to manage all your backup and archives centrally. Download our whitepaper to learn more about how Druva Phoenix can help your business!
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Ultimate Guide to Assessing and Comparing Two-Factor Authentication Solutions

Discover key areas of difference between two-factor authentication solutions and gain insight on concrete criteria for evaluating technologies and vendors with Duo Security’s free two-factor evaluation guide. In this guide, you will learn:
  • How to evaluate the security, reliability, and scalability of a two-factor solution
  • What kind of solution allows you to detect and react to potential threats
  • How to determine the time and costs involved in rolling out a two-factor solution
  • Key criteria to drive user adoption and increase productivity
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Two-Factor Authentication Evaluation Guide

Modern two-factor solutions have evolved to support new, complex technology models that change how we use data, including cloud computing and BYOD (Bring Your Own Device).

Two-factor authentication — there are so many different solutions, authentication methods, integration issues, and new security concerns cropping up in the market. With such a large diversity of vendors, it's easy for IT security decision-makers to get confused about which solution is right for their organization.

This guide walks through some of the key areas of differentiation between two-factor authentication solutions and provides some concrete criteria for evaluating technologies and vendors.

In this guide, you will learn:
  • How to evaluate the security, reliability and scalability of a two-factor solution.
  • What kind of solution allows you to detect and react to potential threats.
  • How to determine the time and costs involved in rolling out a two-factor solution.
  • Key criteria to drive user adoption and increase productivity.
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5 Critical Considerations for Enterprise Cloud Backup

An increasing amount of critical corporate data resides outside the firewall on end user devices, cloud apps and remote servers. This framework provides key considerations when evaluating cloud backup solutions to ensure adequate protection security and availability of enterprise data.
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Top 10 Endpoint Backup Mistakes

Backing up and protecting sensitive corporate data has become more challenging because of several trends: exponential data growth, the rise in endpoints, BYOD, and SaaS applications. Avoid the following ten endpoint backup mistakes to ensure that your critical corporate data is protected and end user productivity is improved.
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Survival Guide for Data in the Wild

It’s a wild world outside the corporate firewall. Protecting data for your entire company is a heavy responsibility. There’s the employee who leaves his laptop in the airport. And the former employee who still has access to corporate data from her personal device. Or the ever-present danger of litigation. You’re accountable for a wide range of scenarios that put your corporate data at risk.

Fortunately, you don’t have to go it alone. Learn from the experience of others to ensure that you’re prepared for every threat to your corporate data in the wild. With step-by-step instructions, this Survival Guide is your most valuable tool for keeping corporate assets out of harm’s way.

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Recommendations for Simplifying OS Migration

OS migration is typically time-consuming and expensive. The average enterprise migration project takes 18-32 months from conception to completion and involves significant IT time and end-user downtime. An endpoint backup solution can simplify OS migration by giving IT the ability to migrate data, as well as system and application settings, effectively and seamlessly. To make your next migration easy, follow these six recommendations when planning your project.
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7 Elements Radically Simple OS Migration

OS migration is typically time-consuming and expensive. The average enterprise migration project takes 18-32 months from conception to completion and involves significant IT time and end-user downtime.1 An endpoint backup solution can drastically simplify the process by enabling IT to migrate data and personal settings effectively and seamlessly.
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5 Things You Didn’t Know About Cloud Backup

Only customers have access to the key and, subsequently, their data, once authenticated. To perform enterprise restores quickly, a backup solution must also use multi-threaded restores in order to allow parallel transfers of multiple files. Using multi-threaded restoration significantly accelerates the time it takes to restore data to a user’s computer.

This Whitepaper provides real-time visibility, enabling organizations to support their governance and compliance needs.

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