In the digital age, data comes in many forms and exists in many places – from traditional line of business systems and on-premises file shares, to IoT feeds and third party cloud services.
With this recent increase, it's critical that you know what data you have, where it lives and how it is protected. In addition, compliance requirements such as GDPR, PCI-DSS and ISO 27001 have made this both more complex and more important.
If data is lost or stolen, most organisations suffer greatly. Whether from an IT failure or a security breach, the impact of losing data can be severe, but so too can the impact of your data being unavailable. At the same time, making sure you are storing only what you need and doing so efficiently will save you time and money, as well as reduce risk.
CDW’s range of data management solutions includes discovery, backup, replication, archival, governance and reporting, and can cover both on-premises and public-cloud services. By assessing and understanding your requirements and current estate, CDW can deliver and manage a solution that gives you the peace of mind when it comes to the safety of one of your most valuable assets.
How We Can Help
Find out how our data protection and management services can help you safeguard one of your most important assets. Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org, call +44 207 791 6000 or contact your nearest CDW office.
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