Endpoint Backup: 5 Ways to Stave Off a Data Catastrophe

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When Disaster Strikes

Allianz's Top Business Risks of 2015 Report points to natural catastrophes as the second most feared business risk. In order to keep companies up and running (and earthquake-proof), endpoint backup protects employee data (living on the edge, outside the data center) in the cloud to ensure fast and easy recovery.

Endpoint data protection and security are a bigger priority for enterprises as they consider the devastating impact of data loss. In fact, an ESG Research survey discovered that 66 percent of organizations have re-evaluated their endpoint security policies, processes and tools to create a plan for improving endpoint security. An integral part of the puzzle is endpoint backup, which companies are increasingly tapping as a core element of an overall endpoint security strategy.

In this slideshow, Code42 highlights the top five scenarios when endpoint backup staves off major data security threats in the enterprise.


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