Cut-price retailer Poundland is hoping to protect business critical data stored on laptops and ensure compliance with a suite of software from Storage-as-a-Service (STaaS) provider Iron Mountain Digital.
It is hoped the implementation of Connected Backup for PC and DataDefense will stop Poundland’s corporate information from falling into the wrong hands. The platform should also ensure that any data lost can be recovered.
The company was aware of the vulnerability of data should a remote device be lost, stolen or the hard drive become corrupt and wanted a offering that would ensure that laptop data could be secured and backed-up, or wiped should a device be lost or stolen.
Mo Rahman, IT services manager at Poundland, said: “We were keen to safeguard our data with one supplier but it was difficult to find a vendor offering all the software required. Iron Mountain Digital proved the easiest and most cost effective option for us. The company was able to provide the two solutions we needed, within our budget, leaving us assured that our corporate data is completely secure.”