To learn more about how agencies can ensure fast backup and recovery of data while maintaining and increasing manageability, GovLoop teamed with N2WS, an AWS-native backup, disaster recovery and archiving solution. This report will discuss why backup, recovery and disaster recovery are challenging for government agencies and the best ways to overcome those challenges.
The initial application BFAS decided to migrate to AWS proved critical to the day-to-day work of over a hundred individuals within the organization and crucial for advertising and donation collections. Because of its business-critical nature and its quickly growing footprint, the BFAS team needed to find a suitable backup solution for the application and its data. The team turned to the AWS Marketplace to evaluate backup solutions and quickly discovered N2WS.
Gett has strengthened its position for an IPO with a robust AWS business continuity strategy—and saved $60,000 a year in the process. The company provides a taxi-hailing app for consumers and businesses in 120 cities around the world. It uses a backup and restore solution from N2WS to secure its Amazon EC2 and Amazon RDS instances. N2WS is an AWS Advanced Technology Partner with an AWS Storage Competency.
iFeu is the leading managed services provider (MSP) for the greater Barcelona area in Spain and has been supporting small to medium-sized businesses with datacentre strategies for more than two decades.
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The Army, navy, air force and support divisions all need information on the readiness of the entire Defense Department.
By adding McAfee Cloud Workload Security to its existing McAfee®-integrated security architecture, this company can now reap the benefits of leveraging the public cloud. And, thanks to McAfee® ePolicy Orchestrator® (McAfee ePO™) software, deploying and managing cloud security is easy and adds minimal additional overhead.
The cloud is enabling Federal agencies to accelerate innovation, scalability, and IT modernization efforts. From improving agencies interacting with constituents, enhancing internal applications, and aiding research collaboration, the breadth of government use cases on Amazon Web Services (AWS) is remarkable. Don’t just take our word for it – see how several organizations are using cloud.
Your 20,000-user school district just got slammed by a virulent banking trojan, bringing your systems to a grinding halt. Now what? Parkway School's Director of Technology and Innovation Jason Rooks explains why "reaching out to CrowdStrike ended up being our saving grace."
One large healthcare organization, Driscoll Health System, sought to reduce its organizational risk to an acceptable level at an acceptable cost.
The State of Wyoming Department of Enterprise Technology Services (ETS) needed to replace a legacy antivirus solution that was missing detections, impeding the ability of end users to do their jobs, and not providing crucial 24/7 protection. CrowdStrike® Falcon® was the answer.
Given the confidentiality and sensitivity of information, adherence to the client’s data security policies is essential. The platform has specific functionalities, such as row level security, data masking and column pruning, to ensure compliance without hampering performance.
Intenda’s FraXses data fabric solution provides unparalleled features for aggregating and blending data from various sources while also implementing a delivery system for app developers to consume this data.
The FraXses platform serves as the data fabric that connects all types of systems (in-house developed production systems, databases, API’s and unstructured data sources) of over 12,000 tables from more than 23 databases.
A solution entailing two parallel work streams. The first being to conceptualize the future state end-to-end process while the other is to configure the corresponding technical components using the FraXses data fabric.