New data locations and application types, data growth, increased data value, more-demanding recovery time objectives, and ransomware challenge backup implementations. Infrastructure and operations leaders responsible for data protection will need to adopt new backup technologies and procedures.

Key Findings

Infrastructure and operations leaders responsible for data protection face multiple challenges:
  • Coping with ever-increasing volumes and value of data produced by the digital business.
  • Protecting data and dealing with new application types, regardless of location — whether it’s in the data center, at the edge, in the cloud or at a SaaS provider.
  • Finding effective ways to reduce costs and accelerate recovery times.
  • Ensuring the backup remains a secure last line of defense to protect against threats from ransomware.
  • Continuing to protect legacy platforms and maintain access to backup data with multiyear retention requirements.

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