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Laptop and mobile backup are emerging areas for data protection. However, many organizations today do not have a strategy in place for protecting information on laptops and mobile devices. The reason for this is twofold. Many IT teams have assumed that little data is stored on laptops and mobile devices that isn’t stored elsewhere on the network (and thus backed up). Many organizations have policies in place which require laptop users to save any data they want backed up on network drives. This Handbook offers practical advice for organizations that are getting started with laptop/mobile backups with an overview of the technology available today and advice about what should and should not be backed up. Check out an article outlining the state of laptop/mobile backups software today, a tip on cloud backup vs. in-house backup for laptop backup and an expert Q&A on laptop backup. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Challenges and solutions for BYOD backup
- Laptop/mobile backup: Technology advancing; challenges remain
- Mobile backup issues and options
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