• December 23, 2016 23 Dec'16

    Top 2016 disaster recovery planning best practices entail tests, cloud

    These top pieces of advice from the year in disaster recovery planning could help your organization get out in front of possible outages and the ransomware epidemic.

  • December 05, 2016 05 Dec'16

    A guide to a better cloud disaster recovery plan

    Disaster recovery as a service has fast become an ideal way for enterprises to tap the cloud to solve their disaster recovery challenges.

  • December 05, 2016 05 Dec'16

    Storage pros confident their business disaster recovery plan will work

    Disaster recovery is about more than the duplication of enterprise data in an emergency, it's about getting the applications, servers and storage up and running quickly as well.

  • November 22, 2016 22 Nov'16

    Case closed: Law firm selects iland DRaaS for faster, easier DR

    Minutes count in legal work, and Graubard Miller needed a simpler platform for disaster recovery. The verdict: The law firm chose iland disaster recovery in the cloud.

  • November 02, 2016 02 Nov'16

    Scale HC3 hyper-convergence gives firm DR for Hurricane Matthew

    A Florida hedge fund firm added a Scale Computing HC3 hyper-converged node at a DR site and replicated data from a three-node HC3 cluster on site to prepare for Hurricane Matthew.

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  • October 28, 2016 28 Oct'16

    Dell Services elevates Alabama city's DR plan with the cloud

    After a massive tornado touched down across the state, the city of Opelika, Ala., looked to the cloud to get its IT infrastructure up and running in case of disaster.

  • September 01, 2016 01 Sep'16

    Upgrades for VMware virtual servers added by Axcient, Veritas, Zerto

    Axcient, Veritas and Zerto upgrade their software for VMware configurations. The upgrades center on data recovery, workflow automation and data dedupe for virtual servers.

  • August 04, 2016 04 Aug'16

    Infrascale CEO: On-demand cloud failover fuels our growth

    Infrascale backup converges a guaranteed 15-minute recovery of fully running systems in a customer's preferred cloud. CEO Ken Shaw explains the company's new focus on DRaaS.

  • June 30, 2016 30 Jun'16

    Actifio's Resiliency Director automates DR testing

    The new version of Resiliency Director adds the ability to apply multiple resource pools and port groups to a single recovery plan to streamline DR planning and testing.

  • June 28, 2016 28 Jun'16

    Cloud provider Axcient converges data management with Fusion

    Axcient has developed the Fusion orchestration software platform that allows customers to take one data copy and use it for multiple nonproduction workloads.

  • May 31, 2016 31 May'16

    Sneak peek: Zerto DR application detailed by vendor's VP of product

    Zerto's mobile disaster recovery app, one piece of the vendor's next release, allows customers to check on their business continuity environment from anywhere.

  • May 27, 2016 27 May'16

    Zerto Virtual Manager to add failover, failback for Azure

    Zerto's cloud-based Virtual Manager hypervisor replication tool copies applications and data to the public cloud and does failback for disaster recovery.

  • May 26, 2016 26 May'16

    Zerto disaster recovery going mobile with app

    BC/DR software vendor Zerto has increased mobility, with the unveiling of an application that lets users monitor their business continuity anywhere, without a VPN.

  • April 28, 2016 28 Apr'16

    Health Network Labs doubles up for disaster recovery

    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 04 Feb'16

    Druva Phoenix rises as disaster recovery service

    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.