Can Your Desktop Backup Do This?


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Next generation desktop backup must do more than simply store files. Learn how Digitiliti’s innovative cloud-based platform helps maintain compliance, continuity and control with zero business disruption. See how frictionless user experience is coupled with your security and your policy keeping control where it belongs – with you.

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  • According to IDC, 40% of fixed data is active or is accessed infrequently. Forrester Research says that 85% of production datais inactive, with 68% having not been accessed in 90 days. So while such data needs to be accessed sometimes,it doesn’t need to be filling up expensive production disk capacity. - Source: Time Value of Data, SGI Whitepaper, 2010 by Floyd ChristoffersonAccording to workers spend from 15% to 35% (average 25%) of their time searching for information.- Knowledge workers spend 10-15% of their time in duplicating existing information- Searchers are successful in finding what they seek 50% of the time or less- 40% of corporate users reported that they can not find the information they need to do their jobs on their intranets.- Every employee in a company produces more than 800 megabytes of digital information every year- Not locating and retrieving information has an opportunity cost of more than $$ annually based on industry size.Calculation of cost based on average information worker salary and benefits of $60,000/year 40 hour work weekAdditional research from Oracle which is lower than IDC estimates of lag and drag. - The average worker spends over an hour (61.55 minutes) a week locating documents or files either from e-mail, personal folders or in the company / shared file servers - People waste 74 minutes a week copying, pasting and re-entering the same information into different documents
  • The amount of data growth and data proliferation has historically meant that companies are required to deal with multiple point product solutions, multiple data formats/software programs through several independent vendors. This diagrams illustrates the storage industries strategy over the past 20 plus years - see a problem, create a stand alone remedy – so what we have ended up with is a multitude of point product solutions trying to solve the same problem. We like to call this slide the “race to sunrise” solution, e.g. backing everything up before business starts the next day. Today IT is tasked with backing up and storing data that is spread across various laptops, servers, NAS/SAN devices, e-mail servers, etc. and they employ multiple strategies to deal with this. They buy a back-up software/server for data protection, however the data grows between 60-120% per year (IDC), so they employ a data de-duplication strategy to shrink the size. Because they de-dupe at the server level, which can slow the process down, they may put in another server to deal with the overload. What about encryption? It depends on their security, compliance concerns. Then it’s on to a tape drive, but if they still can’t make the back up & store, (race to sunrise), window in time, they may then incorporate a virtual tape library solution. Then they will need to contract someone to take it off site for business continuity reasons. All of this time, the amount of data is still growing and now it is scattered all over the place. So in order to try and gain some control, they will probably start by trying to manage their e-mail server – the most abused appliance in most organizations. Users think this is a file server, which it’s not, so to solve this problem they buy an e-mail archive system…..
  • And it goes on and on. The point is this that all of these point product solutions address only small pieces of the overall enterprise information management ecosystem. They end up complicating the data management efficiency and throughput and really don’t fix the systemic problem – you’re just putting a band aid on a bullet hole. So what DigiLIBE has done is solve this problem – next slide
  • Source: redefining backup and recovery: a call to CIOs, via CIO Custom Solutions Group Whitepaper, via CIO LinkedIn Market Pulse Survey was conducted among the members of the CIO LinkedIn Forum from February 23, 2011 toMarch 4, 2011, there were 111 respondents. Background image cite: Commons Attribution Some rights reserved by kevindooley
  • capture, manage, preserve,store and deliver the right information, to the right people, at the right time
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  • Typical Use CasesView dashboardSet policies (retention, revision, alerts)Locate data from lost hard driveCreate network shareRun eDiscovery searchRecover eDiscovery results
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  • Can Your Desktop Backup Do This?

    1. 1. Can Your Desktop Backup Do This? Compliance, Continuity & Control in the CloudBilly Cripe, VP MarketingScott Wilson, VP SalesChuck Walters, Sales Engineer June 12, 2012 Digitiliti Confidential
    2. 2. Digitiliti Overview• Based in St. Paul, MN• 4 patents filed on core intellectual property• Target Market is the Global 5000 – Organizations of 100+ people – Regulated industries (healthcare, biotech, financial, legal)• Digitiliti Today – Over 1000 customers – Unstructured Active Backup & Sharing + Structured Online Backup Digitiliti Confidential
    3. 3. AGENDA • Challenges • Continuity, Compliance & Control • Competition • Complex Enterprise Digitiliti Confidential
    4. 4. Content Challenges in the Enterprise 90% - amount of unstructured Information in the enterprise 25% - amount of unique business content 80% - amount of content stored, unmanaged, on users’ laptops, desktops, mobile devices 85% - typical amount of inactive content 10 - hours per week employees spend searching & re-creating information $15,000 – cost* per knowledge worker per year in time spent searching & recreating existing information $1,000 – cost to restore data lost on a users laptop Sources: IDC, Gartner, Outsell, EMC Digitiliti Confidential
    5. 5. AGENDA • Challenges • Continuity, Compliance & Control • Competition • Complex Enterprise Digitiliti Confidential
    6. 6. The ProblemCompliance Continuity ControlAn organization should be able to An organization must store and back- Most organizations have very littlemonitor, manage and effectively up this content yet they typically do knowledge or control over the digitallocate these pieces of content within not know the what is in the files they content within their network,their network. are backing up, if they are backing especially on individual desktops, them up at all (and most are not). laptops or mobile devices. Traditional content management tools are intrusive to end users and force change in how they work – thus failing. Digitiliti Confidential
    7. 7. The Digitilti SolutionCompliance Continuity ControlTrue content management, archiving Manages 100% of an organizationsand backup in the Cloud. unstructured content with one Reduces the total cost of affordable and easy to use Software- ownership > 50% ofGARP Compliant as-a-Service (SaaS) solution. competing systems.Proactive Discovery, Recovery & Delivers enterprise-scale functionality and Reduces the costs ofReporting product reliability effectively to maintaining multiple data enterprise networks of 50 to 50,000 management devices. users. Reduces time spent managing data search, recover and store. Digitiliti Confidential
    8. 8. AGENDA • Challenges • Continuity, Compliance & Control • Competition • Complex Enterprise Digitiliti Confidential
    9. 9. Digitiliti in the Marketplace Backup Solutions Syncing and Sharing Solutions • Backup only, no active use of • No central control or enterprise Content ManagementStorage Management backed up content integration • No search or discovery across all • No GRC features data backed up from all devices • Copies of all files in every • Storage costs increase quickly location, no de-duplication • No sharing or collaboration • Limited in terms of # files • Backup and restore to same managed location only • No true backup and disaster • E-Mail archiving not included or recovery in the cloud even available • NOT automated, NOT invisible • Cannot transition data from one to end-users, NOT IT managed user to another or supported Digitiliti Confidential
    10. 10. Digitiliti in the Marketplace digiLIBE 3.5 Backup Solutions Syncing and Sharing Solutions • All content is active and • Enterprise integration through available at anytime, from any Active Directory or LDAP Content ManagementStorage Management device • GRC features - Records • Search and e-discovery across management, data loss all data from all devices prevention • No additional costs for storage • De-duplication at all levels, files • Content can be restored or only moved when needed used from any device, not just • Scales to billions of files original device • Backup and disaster recovery in • E-Mail archiving is a core the cloud – with no additional feature costs • Content can be re-assigned to • Completely automated, invisible other users to end-users if need be Digitiliti Confidential
    11. 11. AGENDA • Challenges • Continuity, Compliance & Control • Competition • Complex Enterprise Digitiliti Confidential
    12. 12. The Complex EnterpriseOnline sharing orSyncing solution Online/Cloud Backup Virtual Tape Library Lap / Desktop De-dupe Appliance Offsite File Servers Tape/Disk Courier Backup Tape Storage Encryption Tape Server Archive Appliances Library e-mail E-mail Document Index Server Archive Management Appliance Digitiliti Confidential
    13. 13. The Complex EnterpriseOnline sharing orDropBox,Syncing solution Carbonite, Mozy, CrashplanOnline/Cloud Backup Iron Mountain,, VirtualSkyDrive, other Tape LibraryGoogle Drive Lap / Desktop traditional off- site archive De-duplication and storage De-dupe vendors Appliance vendors Offsite File Servers Tape/Disk Traditional Backup solutions: Courier CommVault, HP, NetApp, Backup Exec, etc. Backup Tape Storage Encryption Tape Server Archive Appliances Library Barracuda, MS, Google, McAfee, Oracle, MS, HP e-mail Symantec, E-mail EMC, Document Index Server etc. Archive IBM Management Appliance Digitiliti Confidential
    14. 14. It Is Time To Change… From multiple piecemeal solutions  To one solution that delivers on its promise From hope-based sharing & saving  To “frictionless” information strategies management with automated & validated sharing & saving From plug the holes & fill the gaps  To proactive management that makes information serve you Digitiliti Confidential
    15. 15. The Digitiliti Enterprise Client Cache Cloud Existing on premise or Information Director off-site storage capacity Content created All Unstructured Data Managed, Controlled,or recalled by any Backed-Up, Archived and Accessible 100% of network device the time from any device, anywhere in the Cloud Digitiliti Confidential
    16. 16. Intelligent Active Archiving In The Cloud Storage Management Information Management From Point-of-origin to final disposition From the hard drive to archive  Continuous Data Protection  Human Based (IP)  Global De-duplication (IP)  Data Security Information  Content Indexing Director  Content Search  Complete Metadata  Virtual File & Email Explorer Capture  File Sharing  Compliance Policies (IP)  File Revision Control  Encryption & Compression  Content Keyword Alert (IP)  Automated Tiered Storage (IP)  Data Governance  Active Archiving  Workflow Management Active Archive Information Repository Simple, Universal, Provides Protection, Assures Compliance 4 Patents pending Digitiliti Confidential
    17. 17. End User Experience digiLIBE Components  digiLIBE Agent  digiLIBE Explorer  digiLIBE Client Typical Use Cases  Adding content  Browsing archived content  Recovering deleted content – without admin/support help  Searching for content Digitiliti Confidential
    18. 18. End User – Key Points  Simple install – could be part of client image  Auto-updating – no user involvement required  Simple client config – by user or by admin/policy  Targeted ingestion – intended includes and excludes  Email automatically captured – governed by policy  No user experience impact during content ingestion  No extra burden means 100% user adoption  Integrates with Windows Explorer  Very little end user training needed  Very easy and intuitive file recovery – no admin needed  Version number and age governed by policy Digitiliti Confidential
    19. 19. Administrator Experience  digiLIBE Components  digiLIBE Web & Mobile Interface  digiLIBE Explorer  digiLIBE Client  Typical Use Cases  Enterprise Management  Audit & Compliance  eDiscovery  Information Recovery Digitiliti Confidential
    20. 20. Administrator – Key Points  Single Point of Control – enterprise performance  File System Consolidation – cost savings & efficiency  Compliance Reporting – proactive alerting & audit reports  Continuity – Instant managed or self-service recovery Digitiliti Confidential
    21. 21. The Digitiliti Value  Network Storage Reduction  Limit primary storage and archive the rest  Disaster Recovery Solution  Archive net shares and end user files  Lost File Recovery  End user self-service search and recover  Lost/Stolen/Damaged Hard Drive Recovery  Replace drive with standard build and recover archived files  Email Archiving  Limit primary storage and archive the rest  eDiscovery  Fast, easy search across files (local and shares) and email Digitiliti Confidential
    22. 22. DOWNLOAD & SCHEDULE TODAYContinuity, Compliance & Control Guides a Demo: info@digitiliti.comCloud Solutions from SaaS to Private Digitiliti Confidential
    23. 23. EngageFB: | Twitter: @digilibe | Web: Contact Email: | Phone: +1 888.292. 3396 Digitiliti Confidential