For digitally transforming enterprises, multi-cloud is becoming a reality. It is about distributing corporate data, assets, redundancies, software, applications and more not on any one cloud-hosting environment, but across several, depending on which would suit each of them best. While there are apparent benefits of not putting all your eggs in one basket, having a multi-cloud strategy also means you have more “baskets” to protect. This drives complexity up significantly, especially if you take into account that organisations still have on-premises and private cloud data that also needs protection.
This month, we explore how modern businesses can protect their data and applications across these different environments and find success in their multi-cloud journey.