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Four predictions for the disaster recovery market

There's a lot more going on in the backup and disaster recovery market than just a shift to the cloud. Technologies have to improve as organizations seek to recover quicker.


Scale HC3 nodes hyper-converged DR for Thrasher Group

Scale Computing HC3 clusters provide primary storage and -- with Brocade switching -- data protection, in the form of disaster recovery across two sites.


Simplify the backup and recovery process

Many organizations could stand to simplify their data backup and recovery systems. Consolidation is important, but make sure you have the right tools for optimum data protection.


Case studies: How organizations recover from ransomware

Real estate, police and law organizations all had one thing in common: successful ransomware data recovery. These case studies detail how they were protected.

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