• November 01, 2005 01 Nov'05

    10 basic steps for better backup

    The most evident common denominator in well-functioning backup infrastructures is effective process and control. This checklist highlights 10 areas you should focus on to build a better backup practice.  Continue Reading

  • November 01, 2005 01 Nov'05

    Use mainframes for backups

    You can put that big iron sitting in your data center to better use by using it to back up open-systems data, too. The net effect is a streamlined backup and disaster recovery operation.  Continue Reading

  • November 01, 2005 01 Nov'05

    Does host-based replication still make sense?

    Host-based replication is a mature technology, but it's often not considered an option for architectures that support quick recovery. But there are many cases where a host-based option may fit.  Continue Reading

  • November 01, 2005 01 Nov'05

    Any-point-in-time backups

    Continuous data protection captures changes at a file- or block-level as they happen, and provides running recovery journals for all historical data states. This shifts data protection to a more flexible any-point-in-time framework.  Continue Reading

  • November 01, 2005 01 Nov'05

    Make tape libraries work with all platforms

    If tape libraries could share IT resources and data across all processing platforms, data center complexity and cost could be dramatically reduced.  Continue Reading

  • November 01, 2005 01 Nov'05

    Sizing up VTLs

    Virtual tape libraries present disk as tape, so backup apps can perform backups as usual, regardless of the physical backup infrastructure. Learn about hardware and software VTLs, the benefits of each and how they might fit into your backup ...  Continue Reading

  • November 01, 2005 01 Nov'05

    Storage Clips: HP defends AppIQ

    HP holds press conference to reinforce its plans for AppIQ; Primera ships appliance with EMC Dantz.  Continue Reading