As the season shifts, we at CloudCasa are excited to share a fresh batch of updates with you. This autumn, we’re rolling out new features designed to bring more power and flexibility to your data protection strategy. From the convenience of our new Self-Hosted option to the seamless integration with Velero, our latest offerings are tailored to support enterprises in strengthening their data resilience.
It goes without saying that organizations must back up their critical data to ensure business continuity in the event of cyber attacks, disasters, operational failures, or insider threats. But are passive backups enough in today’s environment of sophisticated cyber threats? Despite having backups and various security tools to monitor infrastructure, organizations remain vulnerable to attackers who are still managing to penetrate defenses.
As autumn leaves start to fall, bringing a crispness to the air, it’s time for another exciting update from CloudCasa. We’re thrilled to unveil a range of features that are sure to enhance your CloudCasa experience!
Every day more than 2 billion documents and emails are added to Microsoft 365, making this critical data a priority target for ransomware and other cyber attacks. After all, 61% of attacks affect SaaS applications, the most targeted platform / environment. This data can also often be unstructured, and rapidly processing and managing the content at enterprise scale is critical when it comes to both applying protection and performing restores.
What if a malicious attack deleted your Microsoft Entra ID (formerly Azure Active Directory) objects? Or what if hundreds of objects get deleted across your Microsoft OneDrive account from a rogue script? Think about it. If you’re a large enterprise customer, would you be prepared to rapidly recover from these scenarios at scale?
In the realm of government institutions in Brazil, regional electoral courts hold a pivotal role in ensuring the integrity of the electoral process. These institutions are mandated to safeguard their essential electoral data through off-site backup solutions. While Kubernetes’ efficiency and flexibility hold great promise for modernizing operations, government data protection challenges have deterred many regional electoral courts from embracing this technology.