As ransomware removal organizations are looking to streamline their data management and protection operations, they are also striving to provide clientele with a 360-degree service. All of these ransomware removal vendors are looking to provide as much of an all-in-one service as possible, and this could really be their next big challenge.
This will prove to be difficult for organizations because there is just too much on their hands. Imagine all of a client’s physical data and virtual data that need to be properly managed. This is why these organizations’ desire to have multiple clouds for storage will only result in complexity in operations.
Even though this is the case, vendors are responding with a variety of enhancements for their products. In the example of Veritas’ undergoing such major changes, they are employing a data management tool for predictive insights which works with the help of Artificial Intelligence, telemetry data, and machine learning.
Another similar example can be seen in the case of Igneous Systems as they are coming up with a $15 million deal to put all of their unstructured data in the hands of technological data protection methods. Lastly, Veeam has also come up with a platform which they are calling ‘Intelligent Data Management’ which will work with the help of a technologically available enterprise.
Other then ransomware removal vendors, the very same can be seen in the market of simple data protection startups. Rubrik and Cohesity are such startups that have come up with products called Polaris SaaS app and Helios SaaS app respectively. Both of these products are meant to integrate with Google Cloud and Azure to provide their clientele with the most technologically advanced solutions.
Well, all of these organizational changes were bound to happen, what with all the dramatic changes ransomware is bringing forward.