Protecting Your Greatest Asset: Your Data
Cyber security’s importance will only increase as we continue to move large volumes of confidential data to local and cloud-based storage. Not only do we need to be able to readily access this data but we also need to ensure our data is well guarded and that systems are in place to protect and backup our confidential information.
Severe breaches in data protection can disrupt business, attract negative press, invite lawsuits, sink share value and even endanger lives. Data breach incidents from the Panama Papers to the Sony Entertainment hacks, from WikiLeaks to JP Morgan Chase have dominated headlines and provided individuals, organizations and governments with all the motivation they need to invest in data security and protection.
The cyber security market is expected to be worth over $170 billion USD by 2020 according to Markets and Markets, the second-largest market research firm worldwide in terms of premium market research reports published annually.
A Demonstrated Leader in Data Protection
EMC continues to lead the Purpose-Built Backup Appliance (PBBA) market with a 65.5% share, which is now over 4x the share of its nearest competitor.
Ensuring data integrity should be priority one for your backup platform because it is typically the storage of last resort. When you try to recover data from backups, this is probably the last place that the data exists. When considering backup solutions, none of the other features and capabilities matter if the data cannot be recovered when it’s really needed. No single protection mechanism can provide protection for all the different ways your data can be lost. The Data Domain Data Invulnerability Architecture includes 4 different protection mechanisms that together provide the industry’s best protection for data integrity and recovery.
Watch Boston Scientific team members discuss why they partnered with EMC to provide a reliable data protection solution. Their decision resulted in $100,000 savings per month, and assurance their data is always available.