Google Cloud Security Talks - June 2019

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As more and more organizations migrate to the cloud, its vital that you take every step possible to protect your data. Get the latest insights by joining us for the Google Cloud Security Talks.Youll get a variety of expert insights into the Google Cloud security ecosystem, including:Our vision for 2019 and beyond Breakdowns of new features and research projectsWays to implement this cutting-edge security in your own organization
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In summary, traditional backup and recovery solutions are too expensive, too slow, and too risky for organizations. It should come as no surprise, then, that improving data backup and recovery operations was rated one of the highest IT priorities for the next 12 months according to a 2015 survey of 601 senior IT decision makers by research firm Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG).


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Compare Clouds: AWS vs. Azure vs. Google vs. SoftLayer

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Many executives over the years have made the business case to invest in SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) technologies to help them centralise, correlate, analyse and remediate security threats from the data and intelligence gathered from across their IT infrastructure.

When to Enable Cloud Bursting

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Learn what cloud bursting is and when you should use it to run your applications in the cloud using existing NAS protocols. Improve app performance with cloud compute resources while keeping data on-premises.

Spotlight

In summary, traditional backup and recovery solutions are too expensive, too slow, and too risky for organizations. It should come as no surprise, then, that improving data backup and recovery operations was rated one of the highest IT priorities for the next 12 months according to a 2015 survey of 601 senior IT decision makers by research firm Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG).

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