Data is at the heart of any data center, so protecting your data and making sure it’s always available is a top priority. One of the more important tasks surrounding keeping your data safe begins with backing your data up. Data backup and archiving have seen many different implementations over the years, from tape backup, local on-site backup, online backup from service vendors or, in some cases, even businesses that currently don’t backup their data.
Azure Right Management allows a company to protect its sensitive data from unauthorized parties by using identity, encryption, and authorized user policies. Gone are the days when a company could rely solely on traditional file level permissions to protect their sensitive data. In today’s mobile society, companies must take extra steps to ensure their sensitive data does not wind up in the wrong hands. That is where Microsoft Azure Rights Management comes into play.
A few years back, I had to respond to a client call on the other side of the country who had just noticed that their SharePoint Farm was not responding because their SQL Server had just run out of local disk space. Within 24 hours, I arrived at the client’s location to learn that their SharePoint Farm was not the little environment that was conveyed as the day before.