Articles about Disaster Recovery
The troubled insurance exchange site is housed in a single data center with no backup. A disaster recovery contract was only recently awarded.
Smart Communications and Globe Telecom released respective advisories on their free local and international SMS and voice services in Leyte Province, one of the hardest hit areas of the "super" typhoon.
Hurricane Sandy was a major test for New York City IT departments and the disaster recovery plans they put in place following 9/11. Here is some of the best DR advice from IT leaders whose companies survived it.
A SingTel employee has been blamed for causing a fire last month that brought down various banking and communications services in Singapore.
ZDNet interviewed a panel of IT heroes who kept their organizations running During Hurricane Sandy with successful disaster recovery plans. Watch the full 40-minute panel discussion as these IT leaders share the lessons they learned.
A new exhibition explores the meanings of the 1982 suicide bombing at the Wanganui Computer Centre in New Zealand.
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.
Singapore telco says damaged fiber lines are back up and running, but some affected networks may need adjustments to come back online following a building fire that affected several banking and telecom services.
Having apps auto update in the background is great, but if that results in data loss then you're about to enter a world of hurt, and your iCloud or iTunes backup is going to be of little help.
Some people believe that virtualization makes their data safer. They're wrong.
Move to SAN storage boosts Offis cloud's IOPS, slashes latency, and provides quicker DR and a real-time compression rate of 40 to 50 percent.
Distributed computing environments are increasingly complex mixtures of services hosted on physical, virtual and hybrid elements. Continuity Software, long focused on service availability, has reached out to manage the availability of SAN-based storage.
Maybe there is more to disaster recovery / business continuity planning than is obvious at first glance
So what's your plan for disaster recovery and business continuity?