Data Protection strategies have changed over the years. Its’ humble beginnings of simple tape-based backup and restore have been replaced time and time again with increasingly more complex strategies that both meet the current demands of your organization, AND take advantage of available technology. But is it really possible for your data protection strategy today to continue to meet the business needs tomorrow, next year, even five or ten years in the future? In this white p
With recent advances in virtualization and data center technology, data protection remains among the top three purchase priorities for mid-market companies. With that, many questions surface:
How should IT professionals evaluate the myriad of vendors claiming lower RTOs and RPOs? What differentiates cloud DR from other cloud storage solutions? And more importantly, how do you ensure your data protection strategy remains valid for many years to come?
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Few things are more precious to your clients than their own customers. So protecting their data is of paramount concern. Despite this, studies reveal that barely half of end customers have comprehensive security plans in place. Another third say that while they may have a security plan, they openly concede that it needs work. So, what's the best way of protecting your client's customers' data? In this recorded webcast, join industry expert and founder of Techvangelism, Nick
Virtualization has more than just allowed you to run multiple VMs on a single physical machine; it’s ushered in an era where even the smallest company can host the most complicated multi-tiered applications. And while for some of you virtualization does just mean having a few guest OSes on a hypervisor, for others it’s a more complex mix of clusters and server farms – all of which need to be protected in case of the need for recovery. And with that complexity comes the questi
Pizza delivery has a history of getting a bad rap. We’ve all experienced long hold times, limited topping choices, late delivery, and, in the end, wrong orders or, worse - cold pizza. Backup/Recovery can also get a bad rap when it comes to delivering on promises of quick recovery, business continuity, and agility to adapting to mixed server environments.
In this uniquely creative (and completely pizza-themed) webcast, I join Mike DiMeglio from Unitrends and discuss how you