DATA PROTECTION AND GOVERNANCE FOR APPLE DEVICES

Keep your enterprise data safe and always available on your OS X and iOS devices with full control and visibility

CIO Challenges: Managing a Mobile Workforce

As the mobile workforce grows, organizations are looking for solutions to protect their data while providing complete visibility and control, and all without compromising end-user productivity and experience. That’s why Druva built inSync for Apple devices. With Druva inSync, IT ensures that data is protected and governed as required, while providing users the intuitive, modern experience they expect.

CIO Challenges: Managing a Mobile Workforce

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Laptop Cloud Backup for Business

Protecting Mac devices presents a burdensome challenge for IT, due to the inherent mobility, cloud-enthusiastic and app-centric behavior of end users. Follow these 8 considerations for developing a Mac laptop backup plan for your business that will serve your employees, the IT team, and the security and compliance needs of the organization.

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Replacing Legacy Enterprise Backup Solutions with Druva in Today’s Cloud-and Mobile-First World

Replacing Legacy Enterprise Backup Solutions with Druva in Today’s Cloud-and Mobile-First World

Blue Hill Research spoke with five organizations who had inefficient endpoint and applications backup solutions—such as HP Connected, Microsoft Data Protection Manager, and Mozy. Discover why these organizations ended up switching to Druva inSync.

Collaborating for Endpoint Data Protection, Governance, and Insight

Collaborating for Endpoint Data Protection, Governance, and Insight

CIOs encounter significant challenges when it comes to data protection, compliance and budget constraints. And that’s why Druva and Wipro have formed a strong partnership. Together, their solutions will help CIOs overcome these challenges.

“One of our challenges for our global Mac users was making sure we had their data for device refreshes, and we’ve been able to do that with Druva.”

Dicko Shahvekilian, Manager of End User Systems Engineering, ServiceNow