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December 15, 2014 By Incisive Media

Talking with Benjamin Linder of Scalent Systems

In this era of gloom and doom, it was rather nice to spend some time speaking with Benjamin Linder, CEO of Scalet Systems. It appears that Scalent's focus on "re-purposing" servers to facilitate software testing, high availability and disaster recovery combined with its growing list of OEM partners has helped the company continue to grow and prosper.

May 27, 2009 by

Racemi and BMC take on disaster recovery and datacenter consolidation

Racemi and BMC Software are presenting a different take on how to go about the task of making virtual servers more highly available and more manageable. They're combining a physical/virtual management product (BladeLogic Operations Manager) with a powerful disaster recovery/backup/system portability product (DynaCenter) to create a reliable, agile computing environment.

February 19, 2009 by

ZManda puts SME backup in the cloud

ZManda on Monday launched cloud computing-based backup and recovery software for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs).ZMands Cloud Backup (ZCB) is designed to be easy to configure and use, the company said, and will provide backup and recovery for Microsoft Exchange and SQL Servers, based applications.

February 17, 2009 by

Plan B Disaster Recovery

Plan B's disaster recovery service is particularly attractive to small and medium-sized companies with a handful of business-critical servers that need protecting with minimal effort from in-house IT staff.

December 8, 2008 by

Sys Probe

System Probe Software Information: Operating System, Software Licenses (Product Keys / Serial Numbers / CD Key), Installed Software...

October 21, 2014 By Weathers Ez System Repairs

Parks Victoria puts 6TB backup on-demand

Realising it could take three months to restore critical servers after a disaster prompted Parks Victoria to become one of the first large organisations in Australia to adopt an on-demand model for its backup and disaster recovery

November 28, 2007 by

Safeguard your Exchange 2003 front-end servers

Most of the disaster recovery (DR) discussion that focuses on Microsoft Exchange servers looks directly at the servers which contain the databases. This means protecting the servers that hold mailbox and public folder data, which is vital for the proper resurrection of your Exchange infrastructure.

May 17, 2005 by

Store chain is sold on Linux

Boscov's Department Stores, the largest family-owned department store chain in the country with $1 billion in annual sales, began experiencing unexpectedly high costs associated with ongoing maintenance of its client/server environment a couple of years ago. For every 10-12 servers it installed, an additional technician was needed to help with management of databases, upgrades, and software issues; and providing disaster recovery for the growing client/server environment was complex and costly.

January 22, 2002 by

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