- July 30, 2015
Gray Plant Mooty needed a better backup and disaster recovery plan. The law firm switched its data protection to Acronis' cloud backup and DR service.
- July 14, 2015
Arcserve moves into crowded disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) market with Arcserve Cloud, an appliance connected to the vendor's cloud.
- May 19, 2015
The latest Zerto Virtual Replication update adds some cloud disaster recovery support, but Microsoft Azure support remains a roadmap item.
- May 11, 2015
Cloud-based disaster recovery services are a hot trend among SMB customers who lack the money to build their own DR configurations.
- April 16, 2015
Crossroads StrongBox archiving appliance ingests writes to disk and copies data to up two tape libraries for disaster recovery.
Sponsored by Dell - Many companies today are considering a move to the cloud. Organizations may believe that a hosted service, such as Office 365, will be easier and or cheaper to maintain than on-prem email. Also, Microsoft and other industry leaders may have influenced a move. Whatever the reason, moving to the cloud isn’t as easy as it appears and results are often mixed if you haven’t adequately prepared your Active Directory. See More
Sponsored by NetApp - Enterprise storage systems have evolved through four distinct stages. First, there were monolithic storage arrays. These gave way to modular SAN/NAS systems and distributed storage networks. Next, advanced software techniques led to storage virtualization, with storage volumes abstracted from the underlying physical devices. Finally, in the current era, cloud storage services have emerged that combine virtualization with unprecedented economies of scale. See More
Sponsored by Dell - When it comes to governance and compliance, much of the IT staff’s effort is often focused on individual systems. Administrators work meticulously to ensure that mail servers, file servers, database servers, and other resources adhere to both internal security standards and regulatory requirements. The one thing that each of these systems has in common however, is its reliance on Active Directory. First introduced in 2000 as a replacement to the Windows NT domain structure, Active Directory was originally designed to manage network resources. Now, Active Directory works as a centralized authentication and access control mechanism, and consequently plays a vital role in the organization’s overall security. See More
Sponsored by NetApp - Backups are boring—as long as they complete on time. However, you can still find some satisfaction by optimizing your backups to save money, either by automating management tasks or by finding a lower-cost platform to store the backup data. See More
- February 12, 2015
Using DataKeeper software, online transaction processing firm Cayan sets up mirror sites for 'quasi active-active' servers that facilitate rapid failover.
- January 15, 2015
Sanovi has customized its application-aware disaster continuity and recovery software for public, private or hybrid clouds.
- December 29, 2014
Cloud disaster recovery became the overarching theme for DR in 2014, dominating products and services from new and established vendors.
- November 14, 2014
Vendors add backup, replication, data migration and high availability products and services for disaster recovery during Amazon's AWS re:Invent conference.
- November 12, 2014
Stratus Technologies adds a third node to its everRun software for asynchronous WAN replication to protect applications deployed outside the main data center.
- November 07, 2014
OneCloud Recovery sets up a virtual data center in AWS cloud for failover, failback and DR testing.
- October 24, 2014
Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic integrates Zerto Virtual Replication as part of comprehensive DR strategy, cuts failover and recovery times.
- October 16, 2014
HP Helion adds DRaaS support for Oracle RAC and Red Hat clusters, facilitating database replication.
- September 18, 2014
Backup vendor Acronis expands its data protection portfolio by acquiring disaster as a recovery service vendor nScaled.
- September 02, 2014
Budd Van Lines is running three SwiftStack nodes with 40 TB of storage each, and plans to outfit remaining offices this year.