- June 23, 2011
Don’t let virtualization and the cloud push DR planning and tape out of your IT plans, consultant Jon Toigo says during a Storage Decisions keynote.
- April 26, 2011
This week’s disaster recovery news in brief: Paradise deploys Actifio virtualized management product; NextEx HyperIP improves DR for Decision Lens; and more.
- March 29, 2011
At DRJ's Spring World 2011 conference, attendees cite disaster recovery standards and management buy-in as the toughest challenges facing disaster recovery specialists today.
- March 24, 2011
This week's disaster recovery news in brief: Irvine Consulting Services expands cloud computing service; Nirvanix offers customers in Japan option to move their data and other news.
- March 23, 2011
Nearly half of IT admins believe cloud disaster recovery (DR) services are a viable option, while others cite security concerns, according to a survey of IT professionals.
Sponsored by HPE - Historically, organisations knew what they were getting for their money when they purchased specific capacity and performance with storage platforms. But thanks to advances in storage technologies and data reduction capabilities, new features such as deduplication and compression have changed the landscape and ultimately muddied the waters. See More
Sponsored by HPE - Many organisations have embraced cloud services to accelerate their digital transformation, employing a mix of private and public cloud with on-premises infrastructure. However, IT leaders are finding that management challenges associated with a hybrid cloud environment are liable to create roadblocks on their path to digital. See More
Sponsored by HPE - In a competitive global economy, decision-makers don’t have the luxury of throwing resources at an IT infrastructure that is incapable of responding dynamically to business needs. See More
Sponsored by HPE - Organisations wanting to succeed in the digital era focus on eradicating application disruption and cutting out downtime. To achieve this, many are switching to cloud-based predictive analytics and machine learning to prevent problems with their virtualised infrastructure that might otherwise affect customer service, profit and reputation. See More
- March 03, 2011
Virtua’s plan for migrating data between data centers without downtime included a storage array upgrade and accelerated virtual machine implementation.
- February 09, 2011
FalconStor has upgraded its RecoverTrac disaster recovery tool to automate the failover process for disaster recovery testing and failback for quick recovery.
- January 25, 2011
Tandberg Data launches QuikStor eight-node library that can be configured as iSCSI removable disk targets, a tape autoloader or a tape library for off-site disaster recovery.
- December 20, 2010
Here's a look at our predictions for the hottest disaster recovery trends for the year ahead: cloud disaster recovery, data center outsourcing, and more.
- November 17, 2010
Silver Peak upgrades its WAN acceleration software, adds virtual appliance for data center and Microsoft Hyper-V support, boosts data deduplication performance.
- October 28, 2010
InMage announced new backup and disaster recovery software; TwinStrata announces VMware High Availability support; QuorumLabs announces new customers; and other DR news.
- October 11, 2010
DR and BC consultants are helpful when devising or updating DR plans and strategies. Follow these steps to find the best DR/BC consultant for your environment.
- September 22, 2010
Asset and recovery firm SquareTwo financial dumped Sun storage for Hitachi Data Systems SAN array and NAS head to support rapid growth plans while improving access times and disaster recovery.
- September 09, 2010
Disaster recovery and business continuity is top spending priority for small business this year and second among enterprises, according to recent Forrester Research survey.
- August 17, 2010
Working with VMware, Symantec launches ApplicationHA to protect critical applications such as Oracle and Exchange, and VirtualStore software-based NAS for quick storage provisioning.