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3 Ways to Save Money in Your Data Center with Data Erasure

You may have already heard that data erasure can save your organization money, but did you know that your data center, in particular, can see huge benefits by investing in good data sanitization practices? From saving money by erasing the data you don’t need to earning money back from your RMA drives, software-based data erasure is worth its weight in ROI. Read on to learn three ways to save money … Read More

Are Onsite Data Centers or Cloud Storage the Best Way to Protect Data?

You may have heard of millennials “killing things,” from napkins to chain restaurants, but did you know that onsite (on-premises) data centers could also be meeting their doom in the near future? Even though 65 percent of enterprise workloads were running in owned or onsite data centers in 2017, and the fact that this number hasn’t changed much from 2014, tech experts and analysts expect 2018 will be the year … Read More

How Data Erasure Applies to Today’s Technology Updates

Here at Blancco. we keep a close eye on today’s technology updates. From the latest smartphones to the evolution of SSDs, we’re always keeping track. Because we securely erase data from all IT assets, including mobile devices, HDDs, SSDs, servers, LUNs, removable media devices, and more, it’s important that we know about all evolutions in storage technology. Now we’re sharing that information with you. Here are some technology highlights for … Read More

Q&A with Alan Bentley, President of Global Sales for Blancco

I sat down with our new President of Global Sales, Alan Bentley, to get his opinions on the current state of the data sanitization industry, where it’s going in the future and how Blancco fits in. Read what Alan has to say in the Q&A session below. Q: Why do you feel a data erasure process is so critical for IT teams to implement?  A: Data erasure is a critical component … Read More

What is Common Criteria Certification, and Why Is It Important?

The Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation (abbreviated as Common Criteria or CC) is an international standard for computer security certification. It is presently in version 3.1 revision 5. What is Common Criteria Certification? Common Criteria is a framework in which computer system users can specify their security functional requirements (SFRs) and security functional assurance requirements (SARs) using Protection Profiles (PPs). Technology vendors can then implement and/or make claims … Read More

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