What Should Businesses Require of Data Protection Solutions?
by Ross Parker - Regional Director, Northern Europe, FalconStor - Tuesday, 15 August 2006.
Summary

It could easily be argued that, a few short years ago, it was vendors that set the agenda for data protection: customer requirements were more than likely to be constrained by the solutions available. But the advent of disk-based backup and recovery and the market penetration of disk-based platforms have led to a more symbiotic relationship than usually exists between IT vendors and business customers: today, solutions and customer requirements seemingly advance together to provide far more than data protection solutions. In fact, today, the right solution portfolio and the right recovery schema performs far more than just the age-old function of data protection: it provides real business advantage and return on investment. And that’s probably actually more than customers expect of data protection.

Spotlight

More than a third of employees would sell company data

35 percent of employees would sell information on company patents, financial records and customer credit card details if the price was right. This illustrates the growing importance for organizations to deploy data loss prevention strategies.


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