Integrated Data Protection

By Manish Goel  |  Posted 2010-09-20 Print this article Print

Point No. 3: Integrated data protection

As a successful business grows, risk increases. Data protection must be completely integrated and automated into any architecture. True, integrated data protection enables administrators to "set it and forget it" so that critical business information is safeguarded.

Point No. 4: Nonstop operations

Keeping a business running 24/7 without disruption is essential. Behind the scenes, IT departments that can perform necessary functions with speed and ease can respond faster to business demands. Capacity and performance expansion, load balancing, testing, upgrades and all other IT tasks should be quick, seamless and completely transparent to users.

Point No. 5: Secure multitenancy

With virtualization, multiple tenants now sit on the same physical infrastructure, requiring new ways to address security and administrative issues. Solutions that provide secure, end-to-end, multitenancy across applications are essential to take advantage of a shared infrastructure.

EDITOR'S NOTE: Manish Goel's email address will be added to this contact page ASAP. In the meantime, please email Manish at the above address and your message will be forwarded to Manish. Thank you. -SK=====================================================Manish Goel is Executive Vice President of Product Operations at NetApp. In this role, Manish oversees product strategy and development across all business units that span the product portfolio. Previously, he was general manager of the software products group at NetApp. Manish joined NetApp in 2002 as senior director of corporate development. He later moved to India to set up the technology center for NetApp. Upon his return from India, Manish assumed the role of vice president of enterprise accounts. Prior to working at NetApp, Manish led corporate development, mergers and acquisitions, and business development for Cadence Design Systems and Copper Mountain Networks. Prior to that, Manish spent four years as a strategy consultant for McKinsey & Company and six years as a systems software engineer. Manish holds a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology and a Master's degree in Finance from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.

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