IT disaster recovery News
December 21, 2015
In 2015, the number of DRaaS vendors increased and products improved, but cloud disaster recovery is still having trouble finding favor in large organizations.
October 02, 2015
New Ceph-based Fujitsu Eternus CD10000 adds options for optimized erasure code, density- and performance-focused nodes, backup in a box and discrete clusters for DR.
August 25, 2015
Soon after adding VMware VADP support, Catalogic Software's ECX copy data management software will support IBM FlashSystem and Storwize arrays.
July 27, 2015
Google makes its Cloud Storage Nearline archiving service generally available, goes after Amazon and Microsoft with incentives to switch over to Google cloud.
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Cloud disaster recovery (cloud DR) is a component of a disaster recovery plan that involves maintaining copies of enterprise data in a cloud storage environment as a security measure. Continue Reading
An organization uses a disaster recovery (DR) site to recover and restore its technology infrastructure and operations when its primary facility becomes unavailable. In deciding the location and setup of a disaster recovery site, a business must weigh costs against any risks, and heavily consider distance between the DR facility and the primary data center. Continue Reading
There's more to cloud storage than backup and archiving. Technology advancements -- combined with changing customer attitudes toward the cloud -- have opened doors to new and interesting opportunities for channel partners.
In this three-part guide, we examine areas of the cloud storage market that partners are only now beginning to explore. You'll learn about developments in the enterprise file sync-and-share market and how partners can help their customers institute the technology. Customer attitudes toward cloud storage are also changing, which we highlight in a case study about an established New Orleans-based business that decided to use the cloud for primary data storage. Finally, we consider approaches partners can take for developing a channel play around nearline cloud storage.Continue Reading
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Microsoft's guidelines for Office 365 disaster recovery and backup can be vague at times. Expert Brien Posey discusses the vendor's policies and what users need to be aware of. Continue Reading
Backup and recovery on multiple hypervisors is possible, but you need to be aware of three major challenges with this setup. Continue Reading
Explore the benefits of using an open source backup software platform, with a focus on Amanda, a popular product in the field. Continue Reading
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Cloud-based DR providers are improving their support of multiple hypervisors, but your organization still needs to consider these four key elements when choosing a provider. Continue Reading
Is it preferable to use a specialized cloud DR service, a typical cloud backup service or something like Amazon? Continue Reading
How do you test a DR plan if you're using a cloud-based disaster recovery service? How do you know it's going to work for you? Continue Reading
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The cloud makes it possible for any business to have a strong VDI disaster recovery plan. You can choose to back up data by file, or you can back up the whole image. Continue Reading
DaaS providers offer a great way to do DR, and they often have DRaaS built in. When you find a vendor you can trust, it often makes sense to host desktops with them, too. Continue Reading
What are the top five ways to save money on cloud storage costs for data protection? Continue Reading