- April 06, 2009
Scott Thompson, CEO of newly formed Venyu service provider, talks about the convergence between backup and disaster recovery.
- March 16, 2009
Reporting and monitoring software didn't find much success in good times. How will Continuity Software's attempt fare in a down economy?
- March 12, 2009
Hundreds of terabytes of images from a lunar mission set to launch in May will go to Nirvanix's online storage service for disaster recovery.
- March 06, 2009
The U.S. Golf Association signed over offsite data protection to IBM services, but not for every application.
- February 13, 2009
The City of Pittsburgh couldn't afford multisite replication before VMware's Site Recovery Manager for disaster recovery, but integrating the app with a Hewlett-Packard storage environment was trickier than expected.
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- January 12, 2009
A survey of 1,600 enterprises across the world shows a minority consider their disaster recovery plans better than average, and people remain the main cause of downtime in the data center.
- December 09, 2008
Integration of server clustering and failover with virtual servers signals a change in the relationship between Symantec and VMware to one of cooperation instead of competition.
- December 08, 2008
DVFG Advisors in Conshohocken, Pa. and Re/Max Alliance in Denver, Colo were spared costly telephone and Web access downtime after disasters with managed services.
- November 24, 2008
Hurricane Ike may have hit the coast of Texas a month ago, but the lessons learned from the storm are fresh in the minds of the IT organizations it affected. In this tip, Deni Connor offers best practices for disaster recovery planning.
- November 03, 2008
International law firm Norton Rose uses EMC storage, replication and failover for its headquarters, but picked Data Domain over EMC to protect its data at branch offices.
- October 17, 2008
A broker-dealer is using a single Teneros product for both local and remote protection of its critical email data.
- October 13, 2008
InMage adds support for Citrix XenServer and Microsoft Hyper-V in the new version of its DR-Scout disaster recovery software, which already supports VMware.
- October 08, 2008
Symantec updates its Veritas Cluster Server software, which will now allow the recovery of applications with awareness of dependencies among disparate clusters.
- October 02, 2008
A contractor developing forensic technology for the U.S. government maintains disaster recovery between local replication site and using a virtual data center in the cloud.
- September 15, 2008
Management buy-in is critical to develop a disaster recovery plan that changes as the business does.