- October 19, 2009
The following is a compilation of the latest disaster recovery news.
- October 12, 2009
Data deduplication reduces the amount of backed up data, making disaster recovery and replication easier for data storage managers.
- October 05, 2009
VMware gives Site Recovery Manager 4 support for NFS and the ability to recover from multiple production sites into a shared recovery site but automated failback is still missing.
- September 28, 2009
Learn about the pros and cons of host-based data replication software for DR.
- September 25, 2009
CDP has yet to take the market by storm, but new products are gaining momentum by combining the feature with application protection and replication for disaster recovery.
Sponsored by VMware - IT leaders continue to rank security as a top priority. In TechTarget’s 2017 IT Priorities Survey, 22% of respondents said they devote more time to security than any other initiative. After all, what’s more important than security? See More
Sponsored by VMware - During the past few years, hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) has become one of the fastest growing segments in IT. Along with hybrid cloud, HCI is one of the industry’s two hottest data center technologies as measured by the TechTarget Momentum Index™, which tracks first-time deployments. A separate study by MarketsandMarkets predicts nearly 44% compound annual growth for HCI between 2016 and 2022. See More
Sponsored by VMware - IT teams are facing more pressure than ever to meet the difficult and often painful challenge of ensuring uptime and availability. As companies continue to embrace initiatives such as digital transformation, big data analytics and the Internet of Things, they become more vulnerable if they have to confront downtime or gaps in performance. See More
Sponsored by VMware - Hyper-converged infrastructure has quickly become a favored deployment model for virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) projects. The virtualized storage technology in HCI addresses VDI capacity and performance challenges, such as boot storms, that legacy physical SANs simply can’t meet. See More
- September 21, 2009
Even though the economy is down, organizations can find ways around cutting their DR budgets with better DR planning.
- September 18, 2009
Two school districts in North Texas have begun cross-replicating to cut costs while shoring up disaster recovery, and say more districts are signing on for protection in case of hurricanes or other problems.
- September 08, 2009
Despite the possible dire consequences of failed disaster recovery programs, many organizations still consider DR testing nice-to-have but not a top priority.
- September 03, 2009
VMware said it will officially support distance VMotion over Cisco networks, but that supports contains a lot of fine print, particularly for data migration.
- September 01, 2009
VMware demonstrates vCenter Site Recovery Manager 1.5 at VMWorld and says it will be available by end of year; NFS support could give customers more flexibility but automatic failback won't make the release.
- August 31, 2009
Learn about the importance of evaluating and setting up remote access services before a disaster strikes.
- July 31, 2009
We've compiled the latest disaster recovery/business continuity news briefs: Verizon expands DR services; The BCI expands number of credential exam centers; Cisco Systems announces new data center disaster recovery capabilities; and more.
- July 29, 2009
IBM ProtecTier data deduplication customers can now replicate deduplicated data across the WAN to remote sites for disaster recovery – a feature commonly found in other deduplication devices.
- July 27, 2009
Companies protect their virtual servers from disasters with several different methods such as traditional backup and recovery, synchronous or asynchronous replication, or CDP.
- July 17, 2009
We've compiled the latest disaster recovery and business continuity news briefs: SteelEye launches SteelEye Protection Suite for Windows Server; AT&T conducts network DR exercise; $350 million grants available for pandemic preparedness; and more.