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    Skip the Disk, Move to the Cloud Skip the Disk, Move to the Cloud Presentation Transcript

    • Skip the Disk, Move to the Cloud September 30, 2010 NFORMATION MANAGEMENT INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
    • Featured Speakers Lauren Whitehouse Senior Analyst ESG Jackie Su Senior Product Marketing Manager Iron Mountain
    • The Goal of This Webcast is to: Explore why cloud backup is fast becoming the next-generation solution to meet your company's data protection needs.
    • Agenda Why Cloud Backup? Skip the Disk Case Study: Toyota Trends in Data Protection Questions and Answers Post Webcast: Chat with experts in the Solution Center
    • Discussion Topics
      • Data protection models for on- & off-premises backup copies
      • The evolution of disk and tape in data protection
      • Initiatives driving data protection investments
      • The role of cloud storage today and beyond
      © 2010 Enterprise Strategy Group
    • Top 10 IT Priorities for 2010 © 2010 Enterprise Strategy Group
    • Prevalence of Data Backup Processes © 2010 Enterprise Strategy Group Which of the following best describes how the data backup process is primarily managed by your organization? Midmarket (N=206) Enterprise (N=304) D2T or D2D Data is backed up to on-site storage with no off-site copy 22% 14% D2T2T or D2D2T Data is initially backed up to on-site storage and a copy is sent off-site via removable media (i.e., tape) 40% 30% D2T2T, D2D2T or D2D2D Data is initially backed up to on-site storage and a copy is sent off-site via removable media (i.e., tape) and/or over the WAN 22% 31% D2D2C Data is initially backed up to on-site storage and a copy is then sent to a third-party online backup service provider 5% 9% D2WAN2D Data is backed up over the WAN directly to a secondary corporate site such as a headquarters location or other corporate data center (no on-site storage of backup data) 9% 13% D2C Data is backed up over the WAN to a third-party online backup service provider (no on-site storage of backup data) 2% 2%
    • Tape to Disk Transition Continues © 2010 Enterprise Strategy Group
    • Backup Data Allocation by Storage Media, 2010 vs. 2012 +18% © 2010 Enterprise Strategy Group
    • Data Protection Spending Priorities © 2010 Enterprise Strategy Group
    • Data Protection Budget Breakdown © 2010 Enterprise Strategy Group
    • Age of Recovered Data 95% of recoveries occur with data backed up within the last 2 weeks © 2010 Enterprise Strategy Group
    • Use and Interest in Online Backup Services © 2010 Enterprise Strategy Group
    • Challenges of On-Premises Data Protection © 2010 Enterprise Strategy Group
      • Infrastructure capital expenses
      • Ongoing operational expenses related to staff, environmentals, media costs/transport/off-site storage
      • Effectively protecting “edge” data
      • Issues with creating/moving/storing off-site copies for DR and/or long-term retention
      • Keeping pace with technology upgrades and change events
      • Meeting compliance requirements and SLAs
    • Factors Influencing Online Backup Adoption © 2010 Enterprise Strategy Group
      • Improving backup and recovery is a high priority
      • Many organizations transitioning from tape-centric processes
      • Disk offers incremental benefits
      • Cloud storage and services have inherent DR and cost-efficiency
      Summary © 2010 Enterprise Strategy Group
    • Company Overview
        • Award winning dealership in South Boston
          • One of New England’s largest Toyota facilities
          • Over 40 years in the business
        • Toyota’s President Award Recipient
          • Excellence in customer sales and service satisfaction
          • Past 5 years in a row
    • Cloud-Based Data Protection – Copeland Toyota “ We were running out of physical space for additional hardware and cooling was an increasing issue. We wanted an automated data protection solution that would meet our backup and disaster recovery needs.“ Jason Pappas, Copeland Toyota
        • Tape backup solution unreliable and difficult to manage
        • Limited IT resources and budget
        • THE SOLUTION:
        • Cloud-based data protection solution from Iron Mountain
        • THE BENEFITS:
        • Automatic, cloud data protection backup for PCs and servers
          • No capital investment
          • Reliable backup solution ensures data is always available, secure and accessible
          • Scalability to meet future business growth requirements
    • INTRODUCING Cloud-based Data Protection from Iron Mountain Help your enterprise to be more agile (and competitive)
      • Ideal application to move to cloud
      • Easy to buy, deploy, and manage so that IT can focus on core and strategic projects
        • Eliminate CapEx investment and frequent upgrades of tape, disk and server infrastructure
        • Scales to meet business growth requirements, on-demand
        • Fully managed service that eliminates the burden of managing complex and error prone backup process
      • Backup and recovery of business critical information on desktops, laptops, file servers and applications
      Connected LiveVault Application and server data protection to the cloud that eliminates the need for disk based backup Cloud-based (and on-premise) data protection for Laptops and Desktops
    • Why Iron Mountain’s Cloud-based Data Protection?
      • Proven track record and extensive experience of managing customer information
        • Known for Physical and data security
      • Geographic locations to support WW and local requirements
      • Scalability
      • Flexible retention and configuration. On-premise, Cloud, and Hybrid
      • Reliable and simple data recovery
        • Ease of setup and use, no training required
        • Minimize the cost of downtime and data loss
          • Continuous backup and mirrored data centers
        • Fast and optimized restores
          • Built-in dedupe, capacity and bandwidth optimization
    • Iron Mountain The Information Management Company
      • Offer comprehensive services to reduce the risks and costs of information
        • Archiving & eDiscovery
        • Data Protection and Recovery
        • Records Management
        • Information Destruction
      • Managing physical and digital information
      • 60 years of domain expertise embedded in our people, processes and technology
      • Traded on NYSE:IRM and part of S&P 500
        • #644 on the Fortune 1000 list
        • 2009 Revenues: $3.01 Billion
      • 140,000+ corporate clients
        • 95% of Fortune 1000
        • 35+ countries on 5 continents
    • Thank you!