Legally Compliant Cloud Storage

With a new version of the PoINT Storage Manager, the meaningful integration of cloud is possible storage services in an existing storage infrastructure. Win, March 24, 2011 – benefit animal from a smart link to the cloud storage through a multimedia architecture and therefore of the benefits of cloud computing, without neglecting the security of the data. It is not something Dropbox would like to discuss. The storage cloud is embedded in homogeneous and therefore complements an existing storage infrastructure. At the same time, legal requirements are met. Cloud storage offers a way to meet the current requirements of the daily growing flood of data as part of a store concept. Efforts in the field of data protection and information security are but the savings on IT costs. Can be met with intelligent SpeichermanagementLosungen this, that contribute to get the flood of data in the handle and at the same time to support the numerous compliance requirements. Based on an intelligent storage management solution is the multi tier storage Architecture of a hierarchical form of data storage.

It allows organizations to meet compliance requirements of stagnating or even declining IT budgets. The already widely deployed software solution PoINT Storage Manager architecture combining various local storage (RAID, tape, optical) to a single tiered storage, now integrated cloud storage services makes sense in the existing storage infrastructure. Thus the functionality of the Storage Manager’s PoINT is also the cloud integration. In particular, the data is stored encrypted and are also protected from unauthorized access in the cloud. The PoINT Storage Manager implemented a three-tier approach consisting of animal performance, capacity animal and archives animal and performs an automatic migration of data of according to definable rules, so that data is stored there, where it is reasonable and necessary. It must first analyze the data encircling the different in the enterprise life cycle. Most then shows that the requests are initially very high, are less and less with age to finally go back to a significant degree.

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