Through remote backup, the risk is dispersed by storing backup in the remote device, and disaster recovery can be achieved for a more complete backup plan.
If data threats occur, the fastest way to restore service is from backup data. Through local snapshots and combined with remote backup protection.
Core Data Protection is the key to keeping data threats away, preventing malicious software and hackers from invading core data and business services.
Core data encapsulates a business’s operations, reputation, as well as income. Service shutdown caused by damaged core data will result in substantial business losses. Damaged data requires time and money to repair.
The Evolution of NVMe Protocol As flash-based SSDs (Solid State Drives) gradually become mainstream and getting to replace traditional hard drives, the SAS (Serial Attached SCSI) and SATA (Serial Advanced Technology Attachment) protocol are no longer sufficient to provide enterprises with the speed required to fully utilize their SSD storage. In this way, a newer storage protocol NVMe (Non-Volatile…