Ransomware has put a heightened focus on data recovery and on disaster recovery specifically unlike any other event in recent memory. Organizations once content to take a “best-faith-effort” approach to performing recoveries now find that method untenable. They currently need multiple options to assure them of fast recoveries at scale and in the appropriate location(s). Achieving these various and sometimes competing objectives requires the use of at least one and usually multiple underlying storage technologies. Managing this storage media requires organizations use some form of data protection software to manage the process. While organizations typically equate data protection with the…
‘The Cloud’ is Just Someone Else’s Data Center
As many organizations are accelerating their path to the cloud, in discussions with other industries’ professionals, many leaders now think...
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In Disaster Recovery, Resiliency is Everything
Cloud computing has changed the way businesses work, and legacy Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) solutions aren’t up to the task of...
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A Reality Check on Instant Recovery
Data protection providers now routinely roll out new announcements about their instant recovery features. Prompted by the rise in ransomware...
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How to Avoid the High Costs of IBM i Disruption
Over the last two years, many companies were faced with the realization that they were not prepared to respond to...
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