Articles about Disaster Recovery
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?
Under a new plan known as 'data embassies', duplicates of essential databases and services stored or run from secure datacentres on foreign soil.
A de-emphasis on the permanence of expression as well as a lack of desire to preserve digital content will almost certainly result in the loss of many culturally significant works.
Zadara is offering to put virtual private storage arrays, which it manages and owns, into customers' datacentres – and they'll only pay for use.
The Forward Works Tool is poised to deliver NZ$20 million in savings, says agency.
IBM goes full speed ahead in Gartner's Magic Quadrant report for Enterprise Backup Software and Integrated Appliances.
Reports have indicated Hewlett-Packard has taken a keen interest to possibly acquire converged infrastructure IT startup, SimpliVity.
The low revenues of mobile advertising is killing digital media companies — even Google is struggling as it pulls more than a thousand engineers off other projects.
Unitrends has bought NICTA's cloud technology firm, Yuruware, for its patent-protected technology to give its customers data protection flexibility.
Singapore regulator IDA slaps record S$6 million fine on SingTel for an October 9 blaze that brought down various communications services including broadband and mobile, affecting 270,000 subscribers and businesses.
HotLink believes that its DR Express will address business continuity concerns for VMware vSphere customers who wish to be able to move workloads to Amazon's AWS and back again.
VMware just launched a disaster recovery as a service offering, VMware vCloud Hybrid Service - Disaster Recovery. Do all cloud users need this?
Can you rescue a wet phone by making it wetter? We dunked an HTC Desire to find out.
Why should you integrate cloud backup appliances into your IT environment? Because you've made this decision before.
Acronis CEO Serguei Beloussov has big plans to build a multibillion company in less than 10 years, but going freemium to win customers will not be the way.