What Are the Data Backup and Recovery Trends Suiting Organizations' Demands?
The data backup and recovery solutions used are outdated, and it is time to embrace the trends.
FREMONT, CA: Data is the most valuable asset of any business. It is no wonder that businesses allocate significant budgets to preserve and protect it. Companies are looking for new concepts of data storage with the increasing volumes of data. Not just storing, but also the ability to access it faster whenever they need it. Top of all, the multiple options should be made available at an affordable cost. These demands drive the vendors of backup and recovery solutions to innovate and scale. Here are some backup and recovery trends that can better suit any organization’s needs.
Hybrid cloud is gaining significance as a perfect disaster recovery solution for several reasons. While the public cloud can serve enterprises as a cost-effective solution, sensitive data and other confidential business records cannot be stored in the public cloud owing to compliance and security issues. On the other hand, the private cloud is expensive and may not be feasible for firms that are low on budget. A hybrid cloud maintains a balance in such situations by combining the benefits of public, private, and on-premise solutions.
No doubt that most of the organizations have some of their back-ups and storing processes automated. It is not sufficient to address the growing security breaches but also to automate every critical backup process. However, appliance-based backup with cloud storage ensures automatic back-ups take place, such that the cloud data can be restored anytime irrespective of uploading details. Thus, firms can take control of their critical business data while preventing data loss and enjoying scalability and cost-effectiveness.
AI plays a vital role in designing and ongoing management of data centers and the products there. Primarily, AI helps cut down inefficiencies in the server usage by distributing workloads across servers. It enhances security by monitoring the systems 24/7 and protecting them from threats. Also, AI can reduce power consumption without affecting the performance by spinning up discs when needed.
The demands of enterprises are increasing with the evolving forms of threats, and similarly, vendors should continuously innovate their data backup and disaster recovery solutions to meet the needs.
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