- April 28, 2016
Health Network Labs' disaster recovery relies on all-flash storage, VDI, and mirrored arrays and servers for active-active connection between data centers.
- February 04, 2016
Druva launches disaster recovery as a service for its Phoenix backup. The software pushes data images to AWS cloud so instances can be spun up when there is business interruption.
- January 26, 2016
HotLink introduces Managed DRaaS for its DR Express that gives SMBs backup and disaster recovery expertise and resources. The product is fully integrated with VMware vCenter.
- 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.
- December 09, 2015
The top disaster recovery best practices of 2015 include asking the right questions of DRaaS providers, and instituting proper DR planning and testing.
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- October 15, 2015
Carbonite backup line introduces Server Advanced software that gives SMBs the ability to do bare-metal restore. A new line of hybrid appliances offers backup and cloud DR.
- September 22, 2015
Startup Datos IO eyes 15-minute RPO, with point-in-time recovery of distributed databases used in cloud applications.
- September 03, 2015
Many companies either don’t see the need for a business disaster recovery plan or haven’t allocated enough resources to create a good DR plan.
- August 14, 2015
Infrascale's Cloud Failover Appliance is designed for small businesses that need a disaster recovery plan and can't afford a second site.
- July 30, 2015
Gray Plant Mooty needed a better backup and disaster recovery plan. The law firm switched to cloud data protection from Acronis.
- 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.
- February 12, 2015
Using DataKeeper software, online transaction processing firm Cayan sets up mirror sites for 'quasi active-active' servers that facilitate rapid failover.