What is Endpoint Protection?

The digital world is full of data. It’s a lot to keep track of, especially if you’re an IT supervisor and responsible for a bunch of servers in the datacenter. The good news is that Commvault Endpoint Data Protection can help you manage data across all your servers. A popular source for endpoints data protection technology, the Commvault Endpoint Data Protection platform removes burdens from your IT operations through centralized endpoint...

Data Loss Prevention (DLP)

Data loss prevention (DLP) is a very broad term that refers to any form of data protection, including data encryption. As technology advances, it becomes increasingly difficult to secure your sensitive data.When physical security fails, DLP is used to ensure that the content of your sensitive information remains safe and secure. With DLP, you can be assured that your users will not be able to access your sensitive information.The value of DLP...

What Is Continuous Data Protection?

Continuous Data Protection (CDP) is an automated data protection service that protects data at rest, in transit or both. It can be used on any computer, anywhere and at any time. CDP is a free service that can live on your own desktop, or it can work in conjunction with Active Directory (AD), Windows Active Directory and other technologies to provide the best and most secure possible information security solutions for your organization. We will...

What is MDM?

It is a process to make sure that all your mobile devices are in the same place, with the same data and at the same time.This sounds simple, but sometimes it’s difficult to get a grasp on what is happening in the enterprise network. This becomes especially problematic when you are dealing with mobile devices that are frequently accessed by multiple people (i.e., corporate employees). MDM software can help reduce this complexity and increase...

What Is Software Testing? All the Basics You Need to Know

Software testing is one of the most misunderstood and misunderstood. The topic of software testing is usually conflated with “bias,” but it is a very different thing entirely. Software testing isn’t about measuring whether something is good or bad. It’s about determining if the software works, and if so, how well. Meanwhile, bias can be defined as any perceived bias in regards to how you perceive an outcome based on your personal...