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Fragmented data storage, what are the risks?


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Do you have fragmented data storage? Understand the risks. Find a solution..

This independent report from Freeform Dynamics offers a detailed analysis of the state of corporate data storage. It paints a worrying picture of fragmented storage, security risks, compromised decision-making and flawed protection policies.

But it’s not all bad news.



Staorage everywhere


The report also identifies the solution that nearly three quarters of those surveyed will turn to as they seek to regain control, cut costs and ensure corporate data is put to work as a business enabler.

Find out how your data storage strategy compares:

  • Are you really in control of data storage?
  • Is your corporate data at risk?
  • Are your costs out of control?
  • Is there a better way?

Get your answers now. Read the report

G4Cloud's partnership with Mimecast can help you control your data and make it work to your advantage. Read the report and find out the state of your corporate data storage.

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From good to the great -why Office365 needs Mimecast


From Good to the Great – Why Office365 Needs Mimecast



Office365 is positioned by Microsoft as a one-stop-shop, and on the surface looks like something of a panacea for a business looking to outsource email and stop managing an on-premises Exchange server. For many businesses, particularly in the SMB space, it is.

But for larger companies, or those for whom email is a mission critical application, Office365 may not be quite so alluring. In general, Mimecast customers fall into that category – they want to use best practice cloud services to protect email from threats, and store the data in a secure, highly available archive. And amongst our customer base we’ve seen a preference for keeping Exchange on-site – there’s strong interest in Exchange 13 – or moving to a hybrid model with some mailboxes on-site and others in the cloud.


The blockers to Office365 adoption seem to fall into three categories.


Archiving doesn’t offer sufficient levels of compliance and 

  eDiscovery capabilities

Uptime is a concern

Exchange Online Protection may not represent best

  practice email security


We also think a further need will emerge, for a single archive of multiple types of unstructured data, fully searchable both for eDiscovery purposes and for day to day use by end users from their laptops, smart-phones and tablets. An Enterprise Information Archive for Office 365, to use Gartner terminology. Watch video below. The complete article can be read here.