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  • How far apart should my production and alternate recovery sites be?

    As a good consultant, I would have to use the typical answer; it depends. We have a few things to consider here. First, what kind of disaster are you trying to protect yourself (or your organization) from? Second, what is your geography like? 

  • Facilities need a higher data protection standard

    Storage expert Jerome Wendt shares his feelings on London's Iron Mountain fire, and why customers should carefully question the data protection facilities they use. 

  • Hundreds lose data records in Iron Mountain fire

    An Iron Mountain storage facility in London was completely destroyed by fire along with the records of more than 600 customers. 

  • Remote backup: What are the alternatives to tape?

    Archiving expert Bill Tolson offers advice to a reader looking for alternatives to shipping tape offsite, including a graphical representation of the remote replication backup process. 

  • Introducing disk-to-disk-to-disaster recovery

    The concept of "That's the way we've always done it" isn't going to work anymore, and it sure won't help you build an efficient disaster recovery plan. It's time to think outside the box when it comes to data protection. 

  • Mirroring HP EVA4000 data

    Business continuity expert Pierre Dorion offers advice to a reader seeking information about mirroring HP EVA4000 data. 

  • Mainframe shops scramble to encrypt tapes

    Laws across the country are prompting users to start encrypting mainframe backups, but getting tape encryption products to work with primary storage is causing headaches. 

  • IBM adds global replication to SVC

    The latest version of IBM's SAN Volume Controller storage virtualization software supports global replication -- lowering the cost of disaster recovery. 

  • Guide to remote backup

    Branch offices are far more common today and moving data from remote sites or users to a central location requires an understanding of remote backup technologies. 

  • Split write over TCP/IP

    Split write over TCP/IP