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  • March 25, 2005 25 Mar'05

    Repeated outages drove BBC to install replication

    Three outages on its StorageTek SAN led the U.K. broadcaster to add a Kashya appliance to harden its disaster recovery infrastructure.

  • February 02, 2005 02 Feb'05

    DR plans stuck on technology

    Users are moving beyond fighting fires to implementing disaster recovery products. However, tying DR to business operations is the hard part.

  • November 22, 2004 22 Nov'04

    Users divided on approach to disaster recovery

    Two companies' DR plans both leave out replication tools from EMC and Veritas, but that's where the similarities end. Where they diverge is in the hardware vs. software approach.

  • November 08, 2004 08 Nov'04

    Backup and DR costs slashed with grid storage

    ExaGrid and EqualLogic unveil grid-based storage with integrated backup and recovery software cutting down operational costs, the companies claim.

  • October 05, 2004 05 Oct'04

    Symantec offers bare metal restore software

    Symantec's LiveState Recovery bare metal restore software products couple snapshots and security features, but can it compete with the big players?

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  • July 07, 2004 07 Jul'04

    DR-in-a-box affordable for small businesses

    Most disaster recovery offerings are way too expensive for small companies to even consider. But a handful of startups have spotted the gap and are targeting their products squarely at this niche.

  • July 06, 2004 06 Jul'04

    Planning for everyday disasters

    Disaster recovery planning encompasses everything from brief network outages to cataclysmic events. Responsible disaster recovery planning, on the other hand, is all about what's likely to happen and what a specific organization stands to lose if a ...

  • February 10, 2004 10 Feb'04

    Veritas retires Business Server for new version of NetBackup

    Out with the old and in with the new. Veritas has retired NetBackup Business Server in favor of a new version of NetBackup for medium-sized businesses.

  • December 30, 2003 30 Dec'03

    2003 SILVER: FalconStor IPStor 4.0

    Review of 2003 backup & disaster recovery software silver medal winner FalconStor IPStor 4.0.

  • September 11, 2003 11 Sep'03

    SD 2003: Corporate DR mandates driving IT priorities for 2004

    Storage managers still hold a pretty tight grip on budgets, but when it comes to spending for disaster recovery planning, the corporate purse strings are beginning to loosen.

  • August 24, 2003 24 Aug'03

    Still no DR plans at many firms

    According to a recent survey on backup and disaster recovery practices of 202 U.S.-based IT directors and network storage managers, nearly one in three companies still operate today without a...

  • August 22, 2003 22 Aug'03

    Q&A Interview: Toigo talks DR testing, prevention for power outages

    In light of the power outages that impacted so many Americans in the Northeastern U.S., we decided to ask Jon William Toigo for some advice to help data storage professionals avoid any missteps with future disaster recovery planning. Toigo, author ...

  • August 22, 2003 22 Aug'03

    Storage User Blackout Diary: New York Hospitals stay healthy

    As part of our Storage User Blackout Diary series, SearchStorage.com asked several users affected by this month's power outage in the Northeast and Canada to give us a first-hand look into how they kept their systems and data online when the ...

  • August 22, 2003 22 Aug'03

    Storage User Blackout Diary: Research firm rethinks shutdown process

    As part of our Storage User Blackout Diary series, SearchStorage.com asked several users affected by this month's power outage in the Northeast and Canada to give us a first-hand look into how they kept their systems and data online when the ...

  • August 21, 2003 21 Aug'03

    Webcast: Cost-effective disaster recovery

    Bits & Bytes: Join Advanced Systems Group CTO Mark Teter for a look at how to control disaster recovery costs.

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