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Scalable Ransomware Protection: Analysis of VMware’s Cloud Disaster Recovery and Ransomware Recovery Service Offerings

Scalable Ransomware Protection_Analysis of VMware's Cloud Disaster Recovery and Ransomware Recovery Service Offerings

As cyberattacks become more frequent and sophisticated, the ability to recover from them is becoming increasingly important. Restoring data and systems to their pre-attack state is critical for minimizing downtime, data loss, and financial losses resulting from an attack.

Ransomware attacks can be difficult and time-consuming to recover from. Their unique challenges include the fact that they often target backups, making it difficult to restore data; they may encrypt data in a way that makes it difficult to decrypt; and they can result in significant downtime, disrupting business operations.

Recovering from a ransomware attack requires a comprehensive plan that includes regular backups of data, encrypted backups that are stored offline, a process for identifying and isolating infected systems, and a process for restoring data from backups.

In our latest Lab Insight Report, Scalable Ransomware Protection: Analysis of VMware’s Cloud Disaster Recovery and Ransomware Recovery Service Offerings, done in partnership with VMware, we detail the audit of the solution that we conducted, as well as its key merits, including rapid setup and scalability, and its comprehensive ransomware-specific features.

In this brief you will learn:

  • The key customer challenges associated with ransomware recovery
  • Customers’ key technology requirements for ransomware recovery
  • The details of The Futurum Labs’ audit of VMware Ransomware Recovery
  • The findings of this audit, including the solution’s differentiators

If you are interested in learning more, be sure to download your copy of Scalable Ransomware Protection: Analysis of VMware’s Cloud Disaster Recovery and Ransomware Recovery Service Offerings today.

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Author Information

Russ brings over 25 years of diverse experience in the IT industry to his role at The Futurum Group. As a partner at Evaluator Group, he built the highly successful lab practice, including IOmark benchmarking.

Prior to Evaluator Group he worked as a Technology Evangelist and Storage Marketing Manager at Sun Microsystems. He was previously a technologist at Solbourne Computers in their test department and later moved to Fujitsu Computer Products. He started his tenure at Fujitsu as an engineer and later transitioned into IT administration and management.

Russ possesses a unique perspective on the industry through his experience as both a product marketing and IT consumer.

A Colorado native, Russ holds a Bachelor of Science in Applied Math and Computer Science from University of Colorado, Boulder, as well as a Master of Business Administration in International Business and Information Technology from University of Colorado, Denver.

With a focus on data security, protection, and management, Krista has a particular focus on how these strategies play out in multi-cloud environments. She brings approximately a decade of experience providing research and advisory services and creating thought leadership content, with a focus on IT infrastructure and data management and protection. Her vantage point spans technology and vendor portfolio developments; customer buying behavior trends; and vendor ecosystems, go-to-market positioning, and business models. Her work has appeared in major publications including eWeek, TechTarget and The Register.

Prior to joining The Futurum Group, Krista led the data center practice for Evaluator Group and the data center practice of analyst firm Technology Business Research. She also created articles, product analyses, and blogs on all things storage and data protection and management for analyst firm Storage Switzerland and led market intelligence initiatives for media company TechTarget.

Krista holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Journalism with a minor in Business Administration from the University of New Hampshire.

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