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Microsoft is rolling out new features backup and recovery features for enterprise customers with virtualised IT infrastructure across private and public clouds.
Fresh off its acquisition by EMC, the data backup provider continues to extend its data recovery and backup services beyond Salesforce and Google Apps.
While at Veeam's user conference, I spoke with William Dalton, director of corporate technology for TrendMicro. Here's what he has to say about Veeam.
Goodbye, backup and recovery. Hello, data center availability. At its first user conference, Veeam attempts to reposition itself and its products. Will this game plan work?
Zetta.net is one of a number of companies offering cloud-based backup and disaster recovery services. Version 4.5 of Zetta's DataProtect is designed to deliver an appliance-free ability to backup server images.
PartitionGuru is a powerful tool for data recovery, partition manager and partition backup, for it provides lots of functions. File...
HP's Autonomy unit rolled out new adaptive data backup and recovery products targeted toward safeguarding data centers.
Why should you integrate cloud backup appliances into your IT environment? Because you've made this decision before.
Panicked due to deleting text messages, photos or other data by accident from your iPad, iPod touch or your iPhone? Did you damage...
The troubled insurance exchange site is housed in a single data center with no backup. A disaster recovery contract was only recently awarded.
Steve Robey, IT Director for Kineto Wireless, discusses his company's IT infrastructure and why Zetta.net was chosen as a cloud-based backup and disaster recovery solution.
New York-based IT services firm encourages customers to make backup and disaster recovery part of their everyday routine.
The platform builds on technology used for Backupify's backup and recovery services for Google Apps, Salesforce.com.
New approach by cloud backup and recovery service provider helps throttle costs as data volumes grow.
Google's sysadmins know what they're doing. They'll keep your data safe. But will they keep it completely safe? Belt and braces might be the way to go...
A conversation with Vision Solutions' Tim Laplante started with a briefing on Double Take 7 and ended up with a discussion of platforms, approaches to disaster recovery and more.
Zerto recently released its Zerto Virtual Replication 3.0, and claimed that it "brings simple, automated disaster recovery to all virtualized workloads at the VM-level". While this tool might be useful in a strictly VMware world, it only addresses part of the business continuity and disaster recovery problem.
Acronis offers what customers describe as easy to use backup and recovery software. The company faces a bewildering array of competitors. Is it up to the task?
The amount of time it takes to recover a datacentre has increased and CIOs are concerned that their backup and recovery tools won't be able to cope with increasing volumes of data.
Data replication, availability, and disaster recovery are concepts that need to be designed into IT workloads regardless of whether they're executed on physical, virtual, or cloud-based infrastructure.
While natural disasters have a way of convincing small businesses to reconsider their backup and recovery plans, human error and system failures are far more common.
Larry Lang, CEO of Quorum, dropped by to discuss Quorum's view of trends in the use of cloud-based backup and recovery solutions.
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