Cloud security market to witness better backup and recovery trends in 2015

The security concerns associated with better Cloud Backup and Recovery are going to trend 2015 for sure:


  • Cloud Security threats

The corporate world including small and midsize businesses are desperate to take a dip into the big data, but security concerns are causing hesitation as the cloud concept still lacks strong defenses against so called trouble ‘cloudjacking’.  A malicious actor can get access to IaaS services of any corporate cloud and it possesses capacity to copy all the data, sabotaging servers or information destruction. That’ll be like chaos for cloud market.  So far, data backup is the best defense against some known threats, but it still remains unpredictable as new malicious programs emerged during past year, which were completely unknown to cyber security experts.

  • Making data back up better equipped against security threats

Present cloud-based backup aren’t doing well to procure ensured resistance against security risks. The probability of physical disasters is high in such cases where accidental malware infections by well-meaning employees or ex-workers can be compromise attached disaster and recovery systems. The back data need to be updated regularly. While the giants can spent in emergency circumstances, the mid-sized businesses need to make sure they ensure better cloud-backup and data recovery measures.

  • Look for the Right Provider

The midsize IT professionals must find out whether their opted provider suit to their specific needs or not. A large-scale IaaS provider or a small start-up, either of them can qualify for your requirements. A brand name isn’t always the best. It’s not possible for mid-sized companies to afford BDR anymore. The data usage and recovery requirements differ significantly across industries and market verticals.

  • Do test drive the provider

Testing cloud-based backup solutions on regular basis is a tedious task for midsize firms. The trouble with the cloud is that you are no more dealing with pull the plug and see what happens concepts as you can do at the local level. In a cloud, you commit to high-availability architecture. Your experiment can cause a component or software failure in the clusters and this slack can be picked up by other clusters. So, it’s suggested that start small and do run some proof-of-concept tests before shifting the entire database into cloud.