Monday June 1, 2020

Data Storage: Cloud back-ups can be lacking

As a growing number of Irish companies move some or all of their data storage to the cloud, the issue of how well protected that data is in the event of a problem is becoming more pressing, writes Alex Meehan.

1st March, 2015

A ccording to Darragh Canavan, sales operations manager with KeepItSafe, making sure your data is protected and replicated isn’t something that should be left solely to your cloud provider, as Irish companies are only going to become more dependent on virtualised and remotely accessed data.

“A lot of companies are migrating parts of their data storage to the cloud and at this point most have made some kind of jump like that, but...

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