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  • This happened to the wife of James Fallows, bureau chief for the Atlantic Monthly, in April, 2011. She lost over 4 GBs of data.Now, she was eventually able to get it back because her husband knew Eric Schmidt, but most of us aren’t so lucky.This story is important because it highlights one of the problems caused by this massive transition from having our data locally, on devices we own, to data created and stored far away on someone else’s servers, we all face this risk. Hundreds of millions of us have important personal data in Gmail, Facebook, and other cloud applications that aren’t under our control. If something happens to that data, we don’t have a backup.http://www.wired.com/cloudline/2011/10/gmail-nightmare-even-if-its-in-the-cloud-you-still-have-to-back-it-up/
  • These dangers are not isolated to consumers. Business adoption of the cloud is growing faster all the time. While it would be inconvenient to lose your personal emails and all your Facebook activity, businesses that lose mission critical data about customers, partners, and finances, could be crushed.(Mention Microsoft BPOS outage – May 16th, 2011)
  • Most SaaS providers have very good disaster recovery capabilities, but those capabilities are designed to protect them from disasters that impact them, not disasters that impact you. One third of all data loss is plain old user error, and that doesn’t go away when you move to the cloud. Add to that the potential for hacked accounts and malicious insiders and you have a real need for a secure second copy of your cloud based data. And that is exactly what Backupify provides.
  • Past 6 months:Total Service Restores = 410 Google Calendar Service = 29 Google Contacts Service = 51 Google Mail Service = 201 Google Docs Service = 129Total Records restored in above service restores: 1,742,060Past 12 months:Total Service Restores = 726 Google Calendar Service = 46 Google Contacts Service = 75 Google Mail Service = 418 Google Docs Service = 187Total Records restored in above service restores: 3,456,724
  • Most SaaS providers have very good disaster recovery capabilities, but those capabilities are designed to protect them from disasters that impact them, not disasters that impact you. One third of all data loss is plain old user error, and that doesn’t go away when you move to the cloud. Add to that the potential for hacked accounts and malicious insiders and you have a real need for a secure second copy of your cloud based data. And that is exactly what Backupify provides.
  • Most SaaS providers have very good disaster recovery capabilities, but those capabilities are designed to protect them from disasters that impact them, not disasters that impact you. One third of all data loss is plain old user error, and that doesn’t go away when you move to the cloud. Add to that the potential for hacked accounts and malicious insiders and you have a real need for a secure second copy of your cloud based data. And that is exactly what Backupify provides.
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    • 1. CIO Cloud SummitMoving To TheCloud WithConfidence
    • 2. • The risks of the cloud• How to protect yourself• Questions and Discussion2AGENDA
    • 3. 3THE RISE OF SOFTWARE AS A SERVICE
    • 4. 4WHAT IF YOU LOST… EVERYTHING?
    • 5. 560%of businesses thatlose data will shutdown in 6 months60%40%1 out of 3 Companies Using SaaS Lose DataDON’T LET THIS HAPPEN TOYOUR BUSINESS
    • 6. 45% had concerns about thesafety and security of thedatamaintained in the SaaSsystem22% were wary of pricing of the SaaSsystem when compared to other options11% had concerns the systemwould not be capable of matchingpower and capabilities of on-site,server-based/desktop competitors6% wary for other reasons13% encountered resistance fromIT about introducing SaaS systemsinto their corporate environment3% had concerns maintainingoperations in the event of anacquisition, merger, or closure.Results from Softletter studySECURITY IS INHIBITING SAAS ADOPTION
    • 7. 7DATA IN SAAS APPLICATIONS IS AT RISK
    • 8. 8SAAS USERS EXPERIENCE DATA LOSS
    • 9. 9Thinking beyond the application1. How secure is my data?• SOC2/SSAE16• Penetration testing by an external firm• Privacy policy – SafeHarbor• Customer data encryption• Breach notification policy2. Can I recover deleted data easily?• Trash bin policy3. Who owns the data?• Data export policyQUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR SAASPROVIDER
    • 10. 10 Integrate with key SaaSapplications Automated backups, withmultiple backup frequencies Protect data offsite Easy for end-users and Adminsto search for and restoredeleted data Easy to add and drop newusers and enforce policiesENTERPRISE BACKUP REQUIREMENTSIN THE CLOUD
    • 11. • What SaaS applications do you use today or are youconsidering?• What do you consider when moving to SaaS?• What are your concerns about moving to SaaS?• What has stopped you from adopting a SaaSapplication?11QUESTIONS FOR YOU
    • 12. 12• Twitter: @backupify /@robmay• Phone: 1.800.571.4984CONTACT INFORMATION
    • 13. 13CUSTOMERS
    • 14. STEP 1: Adminauthenticates domain andselects users for backupSTEP 4: User, admin,or partner initiates arestore requestSTEP 5: Restore quickly to eitherthe application or localSTEP 2:Initial backupSTEP 3:Daily incremental backupsBACKUPIFY: EASY & SECURE
    • 15. Founded in 2008, based in Cambridge, MA. Raised $20M from:General Catalyst PartnersAvalon VenturesFirst Round CapitalSymantecWHAT WE DOWHO WE AREWHAT WE BACKUPSimple, automated, secure backup of cloud dataProtecting over 350 terabytes of data, including 1.7 billion emails for over 5,000 companiesBACKUPIFY

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