If you’re got even a single EU citizen’s data on file, you could be fined 4% of your annual global revenue (or €20 million) for violating the GDPR.
Imagine a world where instead of using a hard drive, you store your data in your own genes: up to 1,000,000,000 TB in a speck on your hand. Science fiction? Not quite. Big name companies like Microsoft believe DNA data storage is the future, and are investing heavily into it. The reason is simple: the digital data
With its public launch two weeks ago, Microsoft has made SQL Server 2016 widely available. But like with any product release, the first question is ‘What’s it offer for my data?’ It’s a fair question, especially when you’re forking out anywhere from US $3,717 for a Standard Edition or $14,256 for Enterprise. That’s per-core, in two-core
Like all C-Levels, Chief Information Officers (CIOs) have a lot to be concerned about. Upkeep of infrastructure, delivery of new services, innovation and staying current with technological shifts… the list goes on. But there’s one concern that keeps CIOs up at night more than anything else: data protection. This isn’t a new concern by any
Well, actually Winter’s already here. And no, we’re not going to talk about Game of Thrones. Sorry about that… But with Juno just passed, snow still piling up outside and winds assaulting the walls of your server room, it’s time to start thinking seriously about data protection. Unfortunately, nobody’s yet worked out how to make servers
Our previous article explained the importance of using encryption to protect your backups from unauthorized access. Now let’s look at how you can encrypt your backups using BackupAssist.