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July 22, 2011
Jeff Cato, Vice President, Marketing and Edward Wallace, Senior Sales Engineer at Core Vault interact on video titled â€œA Backup minute with Core Vaultâ€ to provide data security tips to Attorneys in this three part series of short one minute videos.
Video #1 is a tip on the obvious advantage of backing up to the cloud in bank-grade encrypted format versus storing data on backup tapes and hard drives onsite without encryption. Both Cato and Wallace point out that the current system of onsite unencrypted storage, that many companies use, has a number of flaws that are instantly removed by adopting cloud backup.
Video 1 (2:16)
In Video #2 Cato and Wallace point out that cloud backups automatically send data off-site; and provide for sufficient redundancy and security of data against disaster. Cato emphasizes the point with the following arguments in support:
1) A recent Ponemon survey indicates that 77% of those surveyed lost their data in the last 12 months because they had stored in onsite;
2) Today, data loss is almost guaranteed and it is not a question of â€œifâ€ but â€œwhenâ€ data will be lost; and
3) Enterprises located in disaster prone areas must protect their data against potential disaster.
Video 2 (1:50)
Video #3 discusses data security for Attorneys who work with mobile devices. Cloud backup solutions allow installation of a mobile client on the laptop, iPhone or smart phone for data backup on the fly. Attorneys can backup their case files or edited documents from the courthouse with just a few clicks.
Video 3 (1:57)
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