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January 06, 2016
One of the key characteristics of the data storage industry is how it refreshes itself every year as new storage startups emerge and roll out innovative products. The past year -- 2015 -- produced a bounty of exciting new products that are shaking ...
October 16, 2014
HP Helion adds DRaaS support for Oracle RAC and Red Hat clusters, facilitating database replication.
June 30, 2014
With no money for DR of non-urgent apps, Asheville, North Carolina set up hybrid cloud disaster recovery with Amazon AWS and CloudVelox software.
February 25, 2014
Disaster recovery in the cloud can take many forms, including a straight public cloud or any number of hybrid offerings.
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Enterprise IT organizations know the importance of disaster recovery. But which fits the budget, in-house expertise and testing requirements: hosted colocation or DRaaS? Continue Reading
There is no universal set of rules for ROBO backup. But all corporate data protection plans need to consider it, Jason Buffington explains. Continue Reading
Application performance is a legitimate concern for DRaaS. However, there are a number of things you should consider to guarantee that performance is adequate. Continue Reading
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There is a lot to consider when exploring the DRaaS market. Start here for help with picking a provider and understanding what the technology can offer. Continue Reading
Cloud disaster recovery effectively puts DR within the reach of any organization, thanks to the relatively low cost and a reduced need for additional resources. In theory, cloud DR lowers costs and eliminates the need for a dedicated recovery site. ... Continue Reading
Cloud-based disaster recovery has emerged as an affordable, flexible method for providing application availability following a disaster event. Continue Reading
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Disaster recovery as a service providers may have to restrict cloud bandwidth during certain disaster recovery events. Find out why organizations should explore this issue before choosing a provider. Continue Reading
Microsoft's guidelines for Office 365 disaster recovery and backup can be vague at times. Expert Brien Posey discusses the vendor's policies and what users need to be aware of. Continue Reading
Cloud recovery and running a VM in the cloud can work for your organization. But the migration should be planned rather than be part of a failover. Continue Reading
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Disaster recovery planning and infrastructure builds vex IT managers. Cloud services offer lower costs and more flexibility, but not without risk. Continue Reading
Is it preferable to use a specialized cloud DR service, a typical cloud backup service or something like Amazon? Continue Reading
How do you test a DR plan if you're using a cloud-based disaster recovery service? How do you know it's going to work for you? Continue Reading