Data is a precious thing and will last longer than the systems themselves.
Endpoint backup solutions transmit information to data-centres for safekeeping, while it also remains accessible to end users. Instead of backing up data to an external hard drive or tape storage, Endpoint backup sends data to a secure offsite facility. This ensures that the data is protected from an accident or disaster.
MDM or Mobile Device Management is a software application used for managing endpoints such as laptops, smartphones, tablets etc, in an enterprise. With more and more employees using one or all these devices, organizations are now turning to mobile device management for enhanced data security and improved productivity.
Email Archival are designed to facilitate the quick recovery of email files that may not be readily available due to an unexpected data loss. Data loss can include; accidental deletion of critical email files, a ransomware attack or losing access to emails due to accident, theft, or sabotage. With email archival, users can typically select a point in time and restore a copy of any email or a group of emails from a specific backup snapshot.
SaaS Backup With the popularity of Office 365, and other SaaS based email backups performed in the cloud. The SaaS based cloud backup is generally faster, cheaper, and more scalable to meet the changing needs of businesses.
In computer storage, a tape library, is a storage device that contains one or more tape drives, a number of slots to hold tape cartridges, a barcode reader to identify tape cartridges and an automated method for loading tapes (a robot). Additionally, the area where tapes that are NOT currently in a silo are stored is also called a tape library. Tape libraries can contain millions of tapes.
Smaller tape libraries with only one drive are known as autoloaders. The term autoloader is also sometimes used synonymously with stacker, a device in which the media are loaded necessarily in a sequential manner.
An archive is a collection of historical records that are kept for long-term retention and used for future reference. Typically, archives contain data that is not actively used. Basically, a backup is a copy of a set of data, while an archive holds original data that has been removed from its original location. Archival backup is a type of data backup in which all files are copied to a backup storage device. Archival backups are also called full backup. Contrast with incremental backups, in which only modified files are copied