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The effective implementation eliminates downtime ensures business continuity
By Steven Rodin
President Storagepipe Solutions

Despite the value and the growing need for digital data, many organizations not taken appropriate steps to protect your data because they have no business experience or financial resources.

But information is the lifeblood of many companies and an increasingly valuable and costly organizational asset. Along with this reality are the regulatory pressures means that each company will have to implement a strategy to safeguard your data or face dire consequences.

Rampant Growth

Not begun to describe exponential proliferation of data in the new millennium – The digital files are not only more numerous but have soared in size and faster computers with greater capacity has been widely adopted in the world business.

But the amount of data and increasing file sizes are no longer the most pressing problem – the data storage has been commodified and the Most companies had been economically, which is the biggest problem is the management of this data and most importantly is the way disaster protection that makes sense for users and, of course, easily recoverable.

Quantity complex compounds

While no longer viable to save important data on a floppy disk that can fit in your pocket, the large file size is not much of a problem if the data is stored locally, either in a single office PC or on a shared server. Large organizations today have the advantage of network storage to handle large numbers of files to be shared through a organization.

The complexity of these data along with the formats of variety and many more storage means corralling this data for effective back up poses a huge challenge for any organization. Even large companies with large IT departments have many conflicting priorities which means management strategy back up may be just one of many demands on their time means of solving problems with employees and capital infrastructure deployments.

Regulatory Forces at Work: Privacy …

Simply accommodation information for commercial purposes raises issues with the birth of a number of important regulatory policies over the past decade, both in Canada and the U.S. that dictate how the information of third parties must be given and governed.

Canadian Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA), a group of data protection policies to limit trade with nations not to provide privacy protection, creates data management and security obligations for any organization.

The law provides individuals the right to know why an organization collects, uses or discloses personal information and the right to expect an organization to collect, use or disclose personal information in a reasonable and adequate, and not use the information for any purpose other than that where the individual has consented.

Ultimately, from the standpoint of data storage, this means that organizations that collect data from third parties should know where to store and protect it be lost.

… Transparency

While some rules and regulations relating to privacy, others refer to transparency. After a lot accounting firms high profile scandals, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, also known as the Public Company Accounting Reform and Investor Protection Act 2002 established new or enhanced standards for all directories of U.S. public companies, management, and public accounting firms.

The Act contains 11 sections, ranging from the additional responsibilities of the board of criminal sanctions, and requires U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to implement the rulings on requirements to comply with the new law.

From the standpoint of data storage, this means that companies must be able to provide certain information when necessary, the loss of such data, even accidentally, could lead to serious legal penalties.

A backup as a matter of course

While data protection can be a complex process with multiple steps, these challenges do not preclude any organization to have a backup solution in place, especially given the available technology.

Back up more often because users do not forget to take them out and go behind the media on your computer. Backup to be effective, must be a simple, automated function provided that occur regularly without any user involvement beyond the initial setup.

This is especially true for organizations that can not dedicate staff and resources to support data security.

A backup program works best if you spend the night so that the event workers are interrupted with slower computers or bandwidth crushed. Most services allow data encryption before transmission, that can help allay the fears of concerned users for hosting all your data on a shared server.

Online backup has a number of benefits:

Optimisation of IT resources

Less downtime Less efficient data backup risk of untested, unproven support protection of multiple remote office environments for complex multi-platform protection and multi-application Ensuring regulatory compliance by firms avoid reducing the risk of technological hazards and liabilities Optimize File

While disk storage is more widely consumed than ever before, that no means that some businesses do not meet the shortage. In addition, the above regulatory requirements that companies are often stuck data storage rarely access but must be maintained.

By moving to a new model line up, organizations can electronically archive files that are not needed for daily operations for the company and reduce capital costs, avoiding additional purchases of data storage hardware.

electronic file provides an automated, policy-based solution to create point files as they move old and inactive data off production equipment and outside the normal cycles of active backup. Files can point to keep copies of important data over time for many reasons including regulatory or accounting requirements.

Maintained data files can be managed for the entire life is defined through the policy engine automation, data only as backup. You can quickly and easily retrieve data archiving, control and manage their data and effectively extend the capabilities of data storage without the need for more expensive online storage.

e-file eliminates any concern about media corruption, the obsolescence, the conditions storage, retrieval, obsolescence of hardware and malfunction, the media alignment problems, oxidation, and catalog again and classification problems.

Storagepipe provides world-class solutions, enterprise solutions for data protection, including backup online data recovery and email archiving and business continuity. Storagepipe enables companies of all sizes reduce transaction costs and complexity, optimize IT resources, reduce risks and responsibilities, and protect more data with greater efficiency and reliability. Storagepipe combines extensive experience in the sector with the best technology solutions to exceed customer expectations and offer the most complete, secure, online backup, and turnkey services recovery and business continuity. Additional information about Storagepipe solutions can be found in

About the Author

Steven Rodin serves as Storagepipe’s President and CEO where he is responsible for planning the company’s growth and determining its strategic direction. Steven has over 10 years experience in leading and managing high performing teams, sales and marketing, creating innovative technical solutions, deal execution and professional services. Prior to joining Storagepipe, Steven served as an Executive Director with Comverse Technology where he lead the company’s self-service and strategic customer management initiatives and established strategic alliances with systems integration and technology partners. Steven was the President and Co-founder of Davinci Technologies Inc., which provided enterprise Electronic Bill Presentment and Self-Service software to many world-class customers. Davinci was acquired by CSG Systems in 2003 and subsequently acquired by Comverse Technology in 2005. Mr. Rodin graduated with an Honors Business Administration (HBA) degree from the University of Western Ontario.

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