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An Ultimate Guide to Rapid Ransomware Recovery and Cyber Resiliency

Learn how to rapidly recover from ransomware attacks and build cyber resiliency for your organization.

Data Encryption in the Cloud

Learn the basics of encryption, the prerequisites of data confidentiality, key management, and data encryption in the top tier public clouds.

Difference Between Backup & Replication?

Data replication and backup are different, but complementary, core components of effective disaster recovery.

What is Continuous Data Protection?

In the event of software failure or data corruption, continuous data protection can be your lifeline. Learn the benefits and how it works.

The Importance of Data Backup and Recovery

With data backup and recovery, your business can survive data loss from unexpected disasters. Learn the basics here.

What Is Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS)?

Cloud-based solutions simplify backup and replication processes for accelerated IT recovery times and greater business continuity.

RTO and RPO: What’s the Difference?

Being smart about RTO and RPO in your business continuity/disaster recovery plan helps you swiftly regain critical data and minimize business losses.

How to Back Up Virtual Machines

VM backup and recovery requires an open, flexible, easy-to-use solution that maximizes automation. Learn how Rubrik does it.

How to Backup Oracle Databases

Recovery Management (RMAN) limitations pose potential Oracle database backup and recovery challenges. Learn how Rubrik optimizes RMAN implementation.

What is GraphQL?

An open-source data query language for APIs, GraphQL helps free up product developers to focus on what they do best. Find out how.

What is a Snapshot Backup?

There can be confusion around the difference between snapshot backups and full backups. Here’s what you need to know.

How to Automate Data Backup

Data backup automation helps keep the process reliable and easy to manage, which is especially relevant to backup testing and validation.

What’s the Difference Between Failover and Failback?

How do failover and failback differ? Think of them as complementary elements of a robust disaster recovery framework.

What Is Data Replication?

Minimize downtime and keep your company moving forward by recovering files and databases instantly.

How to Perform Database Backups

Practical insights and best practices for database backup, a critical task that can be challenging without the right processes and toolset.

How to Maintain HIPAA Compliance

Maintaining HIPAA compliance protects personally identifiable health information (pii) and your company. Learn more.

How to Protect Personally Identifiable Information (PII)

Protecting Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is critical for security and regulatory compliance, with effects on backup processes as well.

Test Your DR Plan without Impacting Production

With data backup and recovery, your business can survive data loss from unexpected disasters. Learn the basics here.

What is Immutable Data Backup?

Ransomware attacks present a real risk to your data. Be ready for them. Deploy immutable backups to protect your digital integrity.

How to Protect Apps Built on NoSQL Databases

NoSQL databases offer scalability and availability, but these qualities make NoSQL hard to back up. New backup technologies are solving the problem.

How to Protect Microsoft 365 Data

Follow these tips to help protect your data at work. A Microsoft 365 backup and recovery solution protects your data from the unforeseen.

Challenges of Traditional NAS Backup

Protecting data in NAS environments is more challenging than ever. Here’s why—and what you can do about it.

What is Data Classification?

You can’t protect what you don’t understand. Make data protection more effective and targeted with data classification.

What is Cloud Archival?

Should you store data archives on-premises or in the cloud? For many, the answer lies somewhere in between.

How to Recover from Ransomware

Implement a comprehensive ransomware recovery plan to ensure a timely and effective ransomware attack recovery.

What is Cloud-native Backup and Recovery?

Be ready when disaster strikes your cloud resources and applications. Choosing the right cloud-native backup and recovery strategy can make all the difference.

What is Subscription-based Backup?

Subscription-based backup gives you evergreen technology at a predictable monthly cost.

How to Back Up MongoDB Databases

NoSQL databases need a powerful backup and recovery solution designed for application developers. Learn what it takes here.

How to Back Up Cassandra Databases

Get a database backup and recovery solution built to meet the requirements of unstructured data and modern, cloud-native applications.

How to Back Up Microsoft SQL Databases

Understand the types of Microsoft SQL Server backups and what mistakes to avoid in managing them.

How to Accelerate Recovery from Downtime

Is downtime costing your organization too much? Here are four ways to avoid the negative effects and speed up downtime recovery.

How to Backup to Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Protecting and managing data on AWS doesn’t have to be a challenge. Find out how you can eliminate complexity.

How to Backup to Microsoft Azure

Are you sufficiently protecting and managing your data on Azure? Find out how you can make it easier than ever.

How to Backup to Google Cloud Platform

Ensure powerful data protection and management capabilities for your workloads on Google Cloud Platform.

How to Achieve GDPR Compliance

Evaluate your company’s level of GDPR compliance by conducting a system and processes audit.

Zero Trust Data Management

As ransomware threatens data, Zero Trust architecture make it harder for attackers to access, encrypt or steal critical digital assets.

What Is Ransomware?

Ransomware is malware that encrypts a user or organization’s critical data so that they cannot access files, databases, or applications.

Data Backup and Recovery

Having the appropriate data backup and recovery software in place, however, can mean less trouble in the event of an operational failure, ransomware attack, or data corruption.