This data availability best practice is designed to ensure that all businesses effectively prepare for and avoid potential data loss and downtime from ransomware attacks. By following industry best practices, IT managers can avoid paying ransom and create a rock-solid data availability solution for day-today operations by leveraging both HPE and Veeam® software.
When it comes to avoiding data loss, one of the best ways to meet this objective is to leverage storage systems to keep Availability levels high . Veeam introduced Backup from Storage Snapshots and Veeam Explorer™ for Storage Snapshots to address this need . The EMC VNX and VNXe series of hybrid flash storage are […]
Microsoft Active Directory is a standard in corporate environments where policy-based management and easy scalability are required. It’s almost impossible to imagine how system administrators would be able to do their jobs effectively if LDAP protocol didn’t exist. Not only is Active Directory a great power, but it’s also a great responsibility — and it […]
The Dell PC lifecycle management methodology is designed to help customers to make the change from IT maintenance to innovation, to take control of their PC infrastructure costs by enabling them to deploy, secure, manage and support their PCs with unparalleled efficiency, treating PC acquisition, usage and retirement as an integral part of IT and […]
When companies assign ownership of enterprise SaaS systems to functional business units instead of IT teams, they gain flexibility and control but they also raise their risk exposure. What are these hazards? And how can the chief executives and directors responsible for these areas manage these risks to ensure the company’s security, daily functioning, and […]
Ransomware has taken off as a low-risk, high-reward way for cybercriminals to make money. Increasingly, these criminals are targeting businesses, hoping to hold network shares or even entire file servers ransom for millions of dollars. The incident at Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center at the beginning of 2016, where the hospital paid $17,000 in ransom to […]
IT environments are changing in response to both business events and technology shifts. These changes can be alarming for both IT and business stakeholders as you move applications that are very stable and don’t experience many service disruptions to new environments. Without the proper procedures and monitoring capabilities in place, these transitions can introduce substantial […]
Citrix administrators have a problem: getting blamed. If you’ve been supporting a Citrix XenApp or XenDesktop deployment for any amount of time, you have likely been called in to troubleshoot a performance issue that turned out, after hours of investigation, to originate outside of Citrix.
Over the last two decades, enterprise security organizations have amassed a broad portfolio of tools that generate an ever-increasing amount of data: Next-gen firewalls, IDS/IPS, end-point protection systems, threat intelligence platforms, and others. Organizations rely on security incident and event management (SIEM) platforms to make sense of this information and surface threats that would otherwise […]
Software Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) and 5G will trigger new dynamics in the carrier and networking market. The on-demand service concept is coming to the WAN. Users will love it; but, we are not there yet.