- 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
Learn about the difference between recovery time objective and recovery point objective in DR planning.
- June 22, 2009
Don't overlook the importance of how applications depend on each other for data when testing your DR plans.
- 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.
Sponsored by HPE - Data-driven organisations aim to capitalise on emerging technologies such as machine learning, artificial intelligence and advanced data analytics. As data volumes continue to grow exponentially, they are focused on future-proofing their IT architecture without undergoing a major upgrade to accelerate digital transformation. See More
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- 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.
- April 17, 2009
Stockbridge Real Estate funds uses Microsoft's clustering for high availability, and added Neverfail when looking for offsite disaster recovery.
- April 07, 2009
Data Robotics' successor to its Drobo desktop product -- Drobo Pro -- has new features for businesses including dual-disk protection, thin provisioning, iSCSI support, and more capacity.
- 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.
- 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.