You turn to the cloud for many reasons: cost savings, staff limitations, archiving, disaster recovery, etc. With proper planning, however, you can get even better value and performance for the cloud. Here are five key considerations.
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Public cloud object storage offers an immensely scalable, flexible and cost-effective solution for data protection. But evaluating which solution is best for your needs and keeping storage costs to a minimum is critical.
The modern IT estate is moving towards the flexibility of hybrid cloud systems, employing a mixture of one or more providers, across cloud configurations and on-premises systems. It’s a technological transition that carries inherent risks.
There's a wide range of natural and man-made disasters that could affect your company at any time. Are you truly protected? Are your backups valid? Can you rapidly restore ALL your company's data in a mass restore event?
Once in the cloud, workloads need to offer the same – if not better – performance as when they were on-premises. The cost-effective assumption of the cloud must be founded on getting more performance for your money and not just spending less.