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  • Backup ROI for Dummies

    Why wait until something fails, breaks, is overwritten or corrupted accidentally/on purpose? Help your teams learn to quantify the full business impact of downtime and data loss, so that an informed decision is made for your data protection. Learn more.

  • Nine Best Practices for Active Directory Security

    Microsoft Active Directory (AD) is a prime target for attackers because of its importance in authentication and authorization for all users. This ebook explores how a typical insider threat unfolds and details nine critical security best practices that minimize the risk of the internal threat to the availability, confidentiality and integrity of AD.

  • Office 365 Tenant Hacks: The Ultimate Guide to Post Migration Setup

    Read this Fireside Chat paper to learn what you can do to make sure your Office 365 migration goes smoothly by being prepared for ongoing Microsoft updates, efficiently handling licenses, and securing cloud data.

  • Digital Dialogue: Cloud Ready Data Protection for Hybrid Data Centers

    Read this Digital Dialogue to find out what you can do to secure hybrid data centers and achieve regulatory compliance with one suite of tools providing consistent management and operations.

  • Integrating Password and Privilege Management for Unix and Linux Systems

    When organizations stitch together sudo and other tools as part of a fragmented approach to manage Unix/Linux privileged access, it almost invariably results in dangerous security gaps and management limitations. This places those organizations at a serious disadvantage when facing modern attacks and motivated adversaries, as well as when trying to enable new technologies across the business.

  • Not all Office 365 providers are created equal

    Read this eBook to find out how to select a CSP that will actively engage with you to discover and resolve user adoption challenges and provide proactive guidance with a direct line to Microsoft engineers.

  • Thriving in Threatening Times with IT Resilience

    Learn how your data protection and business continuity system can automatically identify an issue and take near-instantaneous action without waiting for human directions. Learn more.

  • Disaster Recovery Techniques that Stop the Enemy Within

    Most reports on data protection highlight external threats. You read a lot about the impacts of hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, fires and malware, but a different class of threats are far more prevalent – those created by your own employees. Read on.

  • Disaster Recovery Testing, Your Excuses, and How to Win

    Are you 100% confident you can recover? In this paper, discover testing standards, common objections, and the newest technologies enabling effortless, zero resource daily testing. Learn more.

  • Backup and DRaaS IT Buyer's Guide - Four Ways to Beat Downtime

    With hundreds of vendors available, how do you pick the best Backup and Disaster Recovery solution for your organization? Learn more.

  • 9 Ways to Stay Undefeated Against Disasters

    At $9,000 a minute, downtime is expensive and IT managers need to do everything they can to increase uptime. Even just a 1% increase in uptime can save your company millions in negative business impacts. Learn the 9 steps you can take to protect against downtime. Learn more.

  • Digital Dialogue: Protect Your Network by Automating Endpoint Security

    Read this Digital Dialogue to find out what you can do to make sure every endpoint employees are using is secure by using technology providing complete control of all endpoints in your ecosystem.

  • Addressing the Top 10 Security Issues Organizations Face

    Cybersecurity must be a top-level priority for any organization and for many it is. Security should be viewed holistically and should include a range of elements, including layered, technology-based solutions on-premises and in the cloud; security awareness training to help employees become a more integral part of security defenses; the establishment of common-sense policies and practices that will bolster security defenses; and security education for the board of directors and senior managers to help them understand the critical role they play in enabling a culture of security.

  • Tales from the Dark Web

    Cybercriminals are well funded, organized, and increasingly sophisticated. They continue to leverage the deep and dark web to crowdsource the latest techniques and coordinate attacks. Learn more.

  • Quick Guide to Calculating the Cost of Ransomware

    Organizations need to determine what they are going to do in the event of ransomware- Pay, Not Pay, or Defend. The math is straightforward. Learn more.