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  • Fight Ransomware Attacks With Integrated Cohesity and Cisco SecureX

    Cohesity and Cisco have joined forces, creating an integrated data security solution to fight back against ransomware. Check out this data sheet to learn why existing solutions compound too much risk, a breakdown of how Cohesity + Cisco SecureX simplifies your ransomware defense while strengthening security, and an overview of 4 key benefits.

  • Data Backup: From Planning to Providers

    Check out this e-guide to discover how to establish a strong data backup plan, learn why cloud backup is the modern-day standard and compare approaches, and find out how cloud backup can help secure remote workers during the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Cloud Storage and Backup Market Rundown

    Check out this e-guide for a comprehensive overview of some of the storage industries most fundamental topics— like replication vs. backup—to make sure you are taking advantage of everything they have to offer your organization.

  • 3 Reasons to Move Long-Term Retention to the Cloud

    Legacy archiving products—namely tape and magnetic disk—are costly, risky, and have slow recovery times. Why are enterprises like yours choosing a modern, cloud-native solution for archiving data long term? Keep these three tips in mind as you consider your next long- term retention (LTR) investment.

  • Ransomware Recoverability Must Be A Critical Component of Your Business Continuity Plans

    IT infrastructure and operations leaders asked decision-makers to gauge their team’s readiness in recovering post-ransomware attacks. See how you stack up and why ransomware recoverability is a critical component of your business continuity plans.

  • Making the Most of the Hyper-converged Cloud

    This expert guide from SearchConvergedIT.com will help you navigate the new hyper-converged cloud space. Download your copy to learn how vendor offerings differ from one another, and view one such product— Cohesity CloudSpin—that provides developers with quick access to back up data in the cloud for test/dev.

  • Hyper-converged Secondary Storage: More Than Just a Trend

    This guide delves into Cohesity's hyper-converged secondary storage platform, and explains why this new category of backup offerings is more than just a trend. Read on for the exclusive details, including an article illustrating how Cohesity's scale-out system replaced legacy EMC at Piedmont HealthCare in North Carolina.

  • Secondary Data Storage: A Massively Scalable Transformation

    In this expert-guide, learn why the market is trending towards interactive, online, secondary storage architectures by converging backup and archiving. Read on to discover what these new architectures can offer you, as well as what features vendors are offering to support massively scalable secondary storage

  • Discover a Myriad of New and Exciting Backup Technologies

    In this expert-guide, learn how new software is turning backups from a necessary evil, into something that can help your ROI and improve business innovation. Find out more about copy data management tools, instant recovery sandboxes, and more inside.

  • Cohesity's Converged Infrastructure Boosts Backup Storage

    Read this expert guide, learn about Cohesity's new software-only and hyper-converged hardware platforms built to help you automate your backup and disaster recovery processes in the cloud.

  • Combine Flash Systems With Hyper-Converged Infrastructure to Better Backup Your Data

    In this expert-guide, learn how data protection systems have adapted to support hyper-convergence, and how hyper-convergence can be used to better archive your information. Then, read a little about why you may want to consider moving your organization to a flash backup system.

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