- October 19, 2009
Learn about the pros and cons of three disaster recovery site options: hot, warm and cold sites.
- October 19, 2009
Disasters aren't just limited to human errors or hardware and software failures. Companies must also plan for natural disasters that may also affect their business.
- 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.
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- 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.
- 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.
- August 10, 2009
For some SMBs, outsourcing their disaster recovery services is a better option than on-site recovery.
- 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.