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Columbia Sportswear extends deep server virtualization to improved ERP operations, disaster recovery efficiencies
Columbia Sportswear goes extreme with IT virtualization, rapidly going to 100 percent on mission critical ERP applications and data. And they get a better disaster recovery paybacks, too.
Rental server provider Firstserver unable to rebuild system and retrieve businesses' information after system failure last week, and plans to compensate affected customers instead.
Region's "huge" demand for business intelligence and big data management tools to gather real-time insights give Redmond opportunity to cash in with latest SQL Server 2012, exec says.
IT services giant offers cloud-hosted servers, backup and disaster recovery services through its army of business partners and VARs.
Virtualisation has revolutionised the way organisations run server applications in the data centre. It allows organisations to migrate dozens of servers from a physical environment to a virtual private cloud to boost business continuity, for example, or to support disaster recovery, in the case of the emergency services.
Ontrack PowerControls software helps administrators search, collect, restore, and export data efficiently in either Microsoft Exchange...
We've all had that "oh no" moment, when something bad happens and data is threatened. ZDNet Australia looks into what to do when the worst has happened.
Following Japan's 9-magnitude earthquake, experts underscore need for countries to digitize citizens' healthcare records. Singapore gives update of its own implementations.
System Probe Software Information: Operating System, Software Licenses (Product Keys / Serial Numbers / CD Key), Installed Software...
Changes in client-vendor relationship means, besides issues related to cost, scalability and reliability, small and midsize businesses also want their IT suppliers that go through "thick and thin" with them.
Concerned about growing storage needs and budget constraints, Asia-Pacific enterprises will increase investment in data archiving, virtualization and security, according to findings on IT infrastructure.
Australian small to medium businesses lack confidence in their disaster recovery plans, according to a global report released yesterday.
The floods in Queensland and now further south in Australia are a reminder that natural disasters can strike even in rich, technologically advanced nations. Data backups are essential, but business continuity planning also needs to cover communications links, the computers themselves, documentation, premises and, of course, the human factor.
When an unexpected disaster strikes and we cannot go to our traditional workplace, do we have a Plan B?
Over the past two years the Australian Taxation Office has been working with enterprise IT giant HP Enterprise Services, formerly EDS, to improve its in-house IT operations, implementing automation and creating a new plan to virtualise the ATO's disaster recovery facilities.
Employees struggle to locate information needed to make business decisions amid data surges. EMC exec underscores need for companies to adopt strategy that fits their business practices and protect "only what you need".
With power costs going up globally, improving cooling technologies is the least intrusive way to cut datacenter spend but IT managers should look at cost-cutting measures holistically, urges Emerson exec.
The technology recovery is well underway courtesy of a hardware upgrade cycle featuring PCs, servers, storage systems and peripherals, according to Forrester Research.
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.
The nation's peak law enforcement technology agency CrimTrac has flagged plans for a major overhaul of its back-end ICT infrastructure that will deliver it a strong business continuity capability.
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.
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.
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