White Paper: Three Key Requirements Of A Sound Disaster Recovery Strategy
For short- and long-term survival, organizations must try to protect their data against any and all of the possible disasters, large and small, that can disrupt daily operations. Disasters can range from power outages, employee theft, and virus and malware, to site shutdown caused by a natural disaster. And whatever the magnitude, any of these disrupts an organization’s normal flow of activity so recovery
from a disaster should be a top priority for organizations.
A By-The-Numbers Approach To Data, eDiscovery, And The Cloud
Moving data to the cloud presents both tremendous opportunity as well as great challenge. One issue in particular is the implementation of a cost-effective yet defensible eDiscovery program. Data breaches, limited access to critical data, and a growing volume of data, are just a few examples of the problems that IT faces as we push to the cloud.
By Jim McGann, vice president of Information Discovery, Index Engines
White Paper: Taking Convergence To The Next Level
The widespread economic slowdown has created a business environment that demands that IT increase flexibility, efficiency, and performance — without adding costs. Virtualization is the first wave in a series of sweeping changes to data center architecture to do just that. By NetApp
Taking Convergence To The Next Level
The widespread economic slowdown has created a business environment that demands that IT increase flexibility, efficiency, and performance—without adding costs. By Mike McNamara, FCIA marketing chairperson, NetApp Product Marketing
Case Study: InMage Provides Solid Defense For Tampa Bay Lightning’s Mission-Critical Data And Applications
The Lightning’s IT staff was utilizing tape backups, but found the process increasingly challenging due to shrinking backup windows, long recovery times and spotty reliability. Tape backups took hours to complete, yet still resulted in old backups that hadn’t captured the latest data changes. By InMage
InMage Provides Solid Defense For Tampa Bay Lightning’s Mission-Critical Data And Applications
The Lightning’s IT staff was utilizing tape backups, but found the process increasingly challenging due to shrinking backup windows, long recovery times and spotty reliability. By InMage
Enterprise 2011 Demand Technology Roadmaps To Succeed
The most exciting trends in Infrastructure Technology (IT) today require enabling infrastructure technologies that supply ever-increasing bandwidth and low latencies residing under consistent, time-proven discovery and management methodologies. By Skip Jones, Chairman, Fibre Channel Industry Association (FCIA)
Disaster Recovery Moving Into The Cloud
Cloud computing is one of the most talked-about trends in IT, and the market for cloud services is exploding. In fact, IDC says cloud computing was a $17.4B market in 2009, but is expected to grow to $44.2B in 2013. By Bob Roudebush, VP of marketing, Neverfail
Going Beyond Deduplication To Treat The Data Disease, Not Just The Symptoms
Data deduplication has been a viable IT strategy for managing data for some time; in fact, it has become a basic IT assumption. By Peter Eicher, Senior Product Manager - Data Protection, Syncsort
Do I Need A Data Center?
If you still own your own data center and this question has not already crossed your mind, then you might be spending more money than you need, subjecting your organization to unnecessary risk, or both. By Chris Witt, WAKE TSI