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November 19, 2018
Because disaster recovery planning and testing were too complicated, a health provider turned to Zerto virtual replication to speed up the process without increasing costs.
September 26, 2018
Hurricane Harvey struck GS Marketing's office in 2017. Thanks to a migration to the AWS cloud, the company avoided going underwater, even if its data center was.
January 06, 2017
While the cloud is a steady presence, the backup and disaster recovery software finalists provide a variety of capabilities across technologies and platforms.
September 01, 2016
Axcient, Veritas and Zerto upgrade their software for VMware configurations. The upgrades center on data recovery, workflow automation and data dedupe for virtual servers.
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With all of the planning that disaster recovery takes, it's easy to overlook the basics. Ensure that your DR team isn't skipping over internal issues, like staffing and security. Continue Reading
A standard BC/DR template typically covers weather, equipment failures and fires. In recent years, more organizations are naming active shooting scenarios as a BC/DR concern. Continue Reading
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Sunkist Growers turned to DRaaS to make its disaster recovery options more practical for the company and its employees. But while the market is maturing, it might not work for all businesses. Continue Reading
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Disaster recovery requirements are constantly changing, and a DR plan must do the same. Frequent testing and clear communication can go a long way toward keeping a plan up to date. Continue Reading
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Operations teams need to make DR planning and preparation a priority every day of the year -- not just at test time. Here's how to keep apps and systems out of harm's way. Continue Reading
When disaster strikes an organization, employees must be alerted. Using a call tree in emergency situations is a time-tested way to effectively communicate events and next steps. Continue Reading
Today's enterprise network finds itself under unprecedented strain, with the number of connected devices and "things" increasing and end-user expectations of speed and performance growing. Meanwhile, as IT professionals strive to offer the latest ... Continue Reading