4 things to look for in a multicloud data protection solution

What does it mean to be a multicloud organization? As the name implies, the term describes a model of cloud computing where an organization uses multiple clouds—two or more public clouds, private clouds, or a combination of public, private, and edge clouds—to distribute applications and services. Subscribing to multiple cloud vendors can help your business access best-of-breed solutions along with competitive pricing.

The downside? Using multiple cloud platforms can create inconsistent infrastructures that don’t scale across environments. This can lead to teams working in silos—bringing increased complexity, additional costs, network security gaps, and risks to business-critical applications and data. It’s not unheard of for some organizations to own 80 to 100 different security tools stitched across hybrid and multicloud environments, while still wondering: are we secure?

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Source: Microsoft

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