Five Reasons why Endpoints With OneDrive Need Third-Party Data Protection

With the expansion of remote workforces, protecting your organization’s endpoint data has become a key IT priority. However relying solely on Microsoft OneDrive for endpoint backup and restore capabilities is likely insufficient. It’s time to consider a third-party cloud data protection solution that is purpose-built to reliably protect your organization’s data, ensuring that it’s always on and always safe.

Read this eBook to learn how to:

  • Prepare for departing employees and prevent insider threats.
  • Safeguard data from device loss, theft, and corruption.
  • Recover accidentally lost intellectual property.
  • Prevent ransomware attacks.
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Comprehensive Office 365 Backup

Many organizations are adopting Microsoft’s highly successful Office 365 productivity and collaboration suite of tools in the cloud. But not all of them realize the inherent data risks that must be addressed to ensure ongoing end-user productivity and to safeguard intellectual property.

Further, data protection responsibility for Office 365 falls squarely on the customer’s shoulders, as stated by Microsoft in their Services Agreement, “We recommend that you regularly backup your content and data that you store on the services or store using third-party apps and services”.

Because of Microsoft’s shared responsibility model, the most prudent course of action for organizations is to protect their Office 365 data by using a dedicated third-party solution.

Download the eBook and learn more how to Protect your workforce productivity and IP — address critical data protection gaps in Office 365.

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Reduce Costs and Increase Business Resilience With Our Limited Time Offer

Managing a data center was never without hurdles; unfortunately, the recent health pandemic has only added to them. Limited or no remote access to your data center severely impacts your ability to maintain and upgrade data protection hardware. And now you are being asked to reduce costs.

In response, organizations like yours are accelerating their journey to the cloud for cybersecurity, data protection and disaster recovery. Partner with Druva and enjoy these benefits:

  • No risk of migrating to the cloud with Druva’s established SaaS platform.
  • No hardware costs and constraints — we are built on AWS.
  • The strongest ransomware protection available today with immutable backups and zero-trust architecture.
  • Reduced infrastructure management and improved business resilience.
  • We are here to help you migrate to the cloud and stay protected.

    If you purchase 12 months of our data center backup, you’ll get up to the first 6 months free.

    Simply complete the registration form and we will contact you shortly.

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Six Industry Peers Share Their Endpoint Backup Use Cases

As an industry leader, Druva helps simplify endpoint backup by enabling automated cloud backup and ensuring business continuity.

Read this eBook to hear how industry experts overcame their IT challenges and realized immediate cost savings plus business value with Druva.

Featured case studies include: National Cancer Institute, Integreon, Angelo State University, American Cancer Society, Allergan, and Queensland Brain Institute.

Find out why Druva’s award winning cloud backup solution is trusted by leading organizations across the globe — ensuring that your data is always on, always safe.

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Avoid Office 365 Data Loss – 5 Reasons Why You Need A Third-Party Backup Solution

Office 365 provides great productivity benefits with the scalability and efficiency of the cloud. But it is not designed to provide full-featured backup, archiving, and compliance capabilities.

Download this new eBook to learn the top reasons why your Office 365 data is at risk and how your organization can mitigate these risks:

  • Office 365 data is prone to user error.
  • Ransomware prevention is not enough.
  • Data retention gaps risk non-compliance.
  • eDiscovery and legal hold functionality falls short.
  • Internal threats increase data risk.

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Rethink Data Protection For The Cloud

Protecting business data and ensuring continuity are top-of-mind priorities for IT professionals as their organizations navigate the new normal of working remotely. Cloud data protection offers the reliability, flexibility, and cost savings that organizations need to adapt quickly.

How flexible and resilient is your data center backup and disaster recovery solution? Are you able to protect and manage your workloads in a data center as well as remote offices from a centralized platform - while ensuring security and compliance with local regulations?

Join this webinar with our solution experts to learn how you can:

  • Enable cloud backup and disaster recovery, allowing IT to adapt and respond quickly.
  • Minimize the risk of data loss from ransomware attacks with a cloud-first approach.
  • Find significant cost savings today - with up to 50% lower TCO.
  • Meet long-term, multi-year retention requirements without complexity or unpredictable costs.

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How To Design An Effective Disaster Recovery Plan; Best practices, Tools and Templates

Cybersecurity Ventures predicts cybercrime damages will cost the world $6 trillion annually by 2021. They also project cybercrime “will be more profitable than the global trade of all major illegal drugs combined.” In such a climate, an attack is not a matter of if, but when. That’s why a solid cloud disaster recovery (DR) plan is a must for your company’s data protection strategy.

Sooner or later, disaster will strike — but you can be prepared!

Read our white paper, “Building an innovative cloud disaster recovery plan,” and learn about:

  • Emerging methods for implementing a DR strategy.
  • The advantages of cloud backup and disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS).
  • Essential requirements for effective DRaaS.
  • Designing an effective plan.
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    Radical simplicity. Radical pricing.

    It’s well-known by IT leaders that cloud backup offers simplicity, ease-of-use, and significant pricing advantages over on-premises data backup. Delivered as-a-Service and deployed in as little as 15 minutes, Druva can safeguard your organization’s data with a secure and centralized cloud backup and recovery solution to prevent accidental or malicious data loss, as well as ransomware attacks.

    For a limited time, purchase one-year of Druva Phoenix Enterprise or Druva inSync Cloud Elite backup service and you will get two months free*. This is in addition to the up to 50% TCO savings you already get for moving your data backup to the cloud. Say goodbye to hardware, software, and upgrade/patches complexity.

    It’s time to make a change! Contact us today.

    *Get two-months free of Druva Phoenix Enterprise or Druva inSync Cloud Elite with a one-year purchase of service. Offer valid for 12 consecutive months purchase of Phoenix Enterprise (with no rollover for free credits) and inSync Cloud Elite (with unlimited add-on and no rollover for free credits) only. Offer is limited to first time Druva customers only. It may not be combined with other offers. Offer subject to change or cancellation without notice. Void where prohibited. Offer expires on March 31, 2020.

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    Moving to SaaS – Better Data Protection at 50% of the TCO

    The IT world is transforming from on-premises hardware and software to cloud computing and infrastructure. SaaS solutions such as Salesforce led the way, but cloud infrastructure and platforms (IaaS / PaaS) have been gaining strong adoption as well. Why? Because they eliminate or reduce the cost and complexity of maintaining on-premises infrastructure.

    Data protection is a prime service to move to a cloud-native architecture, and the TCO savings of moving to the cloud are astounding. In addition, a cloud-native solution like Druva enables you to harness the value of your data through streamlined governance, improved compliance, increased visibility and better decision making.

    Join us to discuss:

    • Why data protection is your next SaaS transformation.
    • Core benefits of SaaS data protection: simplicity, savings, scalability and security.
    • How cloud-based data protection provides customers with up to 50% lower TCO.
    • Insights into how you can do more with your backup data - no restore analytics and more.

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    The Definitive Guide to Enterprise Data Backup and Recovery Architectures

    Modern data environments are distributed with endpoint, data center, and cloud workloads. On-premises data protection has not kept pace — while the cloud offers less expensive and more scalable solutions that are significantly easier to manage and maintain.

    Download this eBook and learn:

    • The important differences between on-premises, hybrid, hosted, and cloud-native data protection and management solutions
    • The ABCs of recovery time objectives (RTOs) in the cloud
    • How cloud reliability has increased with improved physical security, continuous monitoring, frequent security audits, and new compliance measures
    • Questions for finding the right cloud data protection strategy

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    The Cloud-­First Data Protection Playbook

    A growing number of businesses are adopting a cloud-first strategy, and data protection is often one of the first IT functions to migrate to cloud. However, simply relocating legacy backup solutions can lead to unexpected costs, incomplete data, and compromised performance. It can also make complying with regional data privacy rules more difficult.

    Businesses migrating to the cloud need solutions that protect and manage data across endpoint, data center, and cloud workloads.

    Download this strategic playbook and learn:

    • Why you should move data protection to the cloud
    • Reasons why businesses are going cloud-­first
    • Benefits of cloud­-native backup and recovery
    • 6 steps for a smooth transition to cloud backup and recovery

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    Druva turns up the heat in the DRaaS market with new enterprise features

    Protecting and managing data is becoming more complex and costly, especially with ransomware, GDPR, backup/recovery and data locality requirements. That’s why your organization should start thinking about deploying a cloud backup and disaster recovery solution to overcome these challenges.

    Read the 451 Research Report and you’ll discover why the DRaaS market is “white­hot,” key DRaaS trends, and how Druva fits into the equation:

    • Exponential acceleration of data moving to the cloud
    • Data protection giving way to data management
    • Merging of backup, DR, and business continuity functions
    • Need for analytics and machine learning techniques to determine the relative value of data

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    The Definitive Guide to Enterprise Data Backup and Recovery Architectures

    Modern data environments are distributed with endpoint, data center, and cloud workloads. On-premises data protection has not kept pace — while the cloud offers less expensive and more scalable solutions that are significantly easier to manage and maintain.

    Download this eBook and learn:

    • The important differences between on-premises, hybrid, hosted, and cloud-native data protection and management solutions
    • The ABCs of recovery time objectives (RTOs) in the cloud
    • How cloud reliability has increased with improved physical security, continuous monitoring, frequent security audits, and new compliance measures
    • Questions for finding the right cloud data protection strategy

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    The Cloud-­First Data Protection Playbook

    A growing number of businesses are adopting a cloud-first strategy, and data protection is often one of the first IT functions to migrate to cloud. However, simply relocating legacy backup solutions can lead to unexpected costs, incomplete data, and compromised performance. It can also make complying with regional data privacy rules more difficult.

    Businesses migrating to the cloud need solutions that protect and manage data across endpoint, data center, and cloud workloads.

    Download this strategic playbook and learn:

    • Why you should move data protection to the cloud
    • Reasons why businesses are going cloud-­first
    • Benefits of cloud­-native backup and recovery
    • 6 steps for a smooth transition to cloud backup and recovery

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    Druva turns up the heat in the DRaaS market with new enterprise features

    Protecting and managing data is becoming more complex and costly, especially with ransomware, GDPR, backup/recovery and data locality requirements. That’s why your organization should start thinking about deploying a cloud backup and disaster recovery solution to overcome these challenges.

    Read the 451 Research Report and you’ll discover why the DRaaS market is “white­hot,” key DRaaS trends, and how Druva fits into the equation:

    • Exponential acceleration of data moving to the cloud
    • Data protection giving way to data management
    • Merging of backup, DR, and business continuity functions
    • Need for analytics and machine learning techniques to determine the relative value of data

    View Now