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October 03, 2019
Utility payment company realized "astonishing" savings by migrating from a private data center to AWS but the move required more than just throwing the red switch.
December 26, 2018
The SwiftReach acquisition not only enhances mass notification capabilities with a wider communication network, but nearly doubles Rave Mobile Safety's number of clients.
November 06, 2018
The new DH2i security software tackles the difficulty of setting up a secure perimeter in hybrid and multi-cloud environments by creating one that is software-defined.
February 13, 2017
Scale Computing HC3 clusters provide primary storage and -- with Brocade switching -- data protection, in the form of disaster recovery across two sites.
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A virtual private network (VPN) is programming that creates a safe, encrypted connection over a less secure network, such as the public internet. A VPN uses tunneling protocols to encrypt data at the sending end and decrypt it at the receiving end. Continue Reading
A business continuity plan (BCP) is a document that consists of the critical information an organization needs to continue operating during an unplanned event. Continue Reading
If you're considering software-defined networking in your disaster recovery platform, define your DR requirements first. SDN can help support data backup and replication. Continue Reading
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Businesses increasingly use public cloud services as workload protection targets. But cloud failover and replication are hardly hands-off processes for IT teams. Continue Reading
In a business continuity and disaster recovery plan, IT resilience is key. Find out how the benefits of wireless networks can help keep businesses running. Continue Reading
Elements of virtual disaster recovery are not available in the physical world and can make IT life easier. Is it time for your organization to go all-virtual? Continue Reading
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Network pros have multiple factors to consider when it comes to adding redundancy in network design, including network equipment, protocols, backup, processing and subnet connections. Continue Reading
If your organization doesn't have a network disaster recovery plan, download our free network DR plan template for tips on how to get started. Continue Reading
A risk assessment is a critical part of the DR planning process. Read our guide on how to prepare a risk assessment, and then download our free risk assessment template. Continue Reading
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How can you effectively modify your backup process to fit your network speed? Because bandwidth constantly varies, employ best practices for a range of scenarios. Continue Reading
Don't panic when the network goes down. Instead, use this checklist to go through five factors that could cause network failure, and follow tips on how to plan for them in advance. Continue Reading
Hyper-V replication lets IT create secondary, offline virtual machines that can be used to recover operations following an outage of the primary VM. Continue Reading