- 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.
- July 16, 2009
DataCore introduces its newest product, Advanced Site Recovery, allowing organizations without a secondary data center to fail over servers to ROBOs.
- July 06, 2009
As more companies turn to virtual machines for their backup, it's important and, and also easy, to equip them with a disaster recovery plan.
Sponsored by evident.io - One of the most important challenges for CIOs and CISOs is to gain visibility into their cloud security stance. If they can’t identify where security or compliance gaps exist, how can they be expected to put the proper controls and protections into place? See More
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 evident.io - Whether you are responsible for overall IT, IT security, DevOps or regulatory compliance, chances are public cloud services are an ever-growing part of your portfolio. This can be great for the business, enabling lower costs, greater agility and faster speed to market. But it can present new and difficult challenges in ensuring security and compliance. 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
- July 02, 2009
A new service that combines Data Domain data deduplication appliances with VMware virtual servers for cloud disaster recovery is turning some heads in the data storage market.
- June 29, 2009
Whether or not to outsource your disaster recovery (DR) or create a DR site in-house can be a tough decision. Learn about the pros and cons of outsourcing disaster recovery.
- June 26, 2009
We've compiled the latest disaster recovery news: SunGard survey says virtualization has a role in disaster recovery; EMC provides business continuity for VMware environments; ProStor Systems announces InfiniVault 2.0; and more.
- June 25, 2009
After getting closed down by Katrina, Deutsch Kerrigan & Stiles put in a disaster recovery plan that got it through Gustav last year and is prepared for another hurricane season.
- June 22, 2009
Don't overlook the importance of how applications depend on each other for data when testing your DR plans.
- June 22, 2009
Learn about the difference between recovery time objective and recovery point objective in DR planning.
- June 11, 2009
Learn about the pros and cons of array-based data replication for disaster recovery.
- May 18, 2009
Sepaton's DeltaRemote integrates remote replication with data deduplication on virtual tape librarie
With its new DeltaRemote software, Sepaton Inc. is adding the ability to replicate deduplicated data to its virtual tape libraries to facilitate disaster recovery, particularly in large enterprises.
- April 30, 2009
We've compiled the latest disaster recovery/business continuity news: CA adds recovery management; Verizon Business aims to back up and restore data; AppAssure announces Replay AppImage SQL Pack backup and recovery solution and more.
- April 30, 2009
With the swine flu outbreak, the good news is that, at the moment, we are not dealing with a 1918 style pandemic.