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Why Not Have your Backup System Provide CDM? – Unitrends Briefing Note

If the updates coming out of the various backup software companies are any indication, copy data management (CDM) and instant recovery are mainstream features. In addition, some backup software products are finally starting to recognize the importance of creating and

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What’s the Best Way to Store Unstructured Data? – Nodeum Briefing Note

The data storage world changes every day as do the demands of your organization. That means the best place to store your data today might not be the best place to store your data tomorrow. There are high performance options,

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How to Beat Your RPO and RTO without Recovery – Quest Briefing Note

Meeting strict RPOs and RTOs requires that data protection solutions provide IT administrators better monitoring and analytics, in addition to more frequent copies. Backup, snapshot and replication are reactive solutions, that IT rightly counts on to make sure they can

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How Do I Protect Applications Running in Multiple Clouds? – Datos IO Briefing Note

It is normal for many environments to run applications in the cloud. For some environments, the new normal is running applications in multiple clouds, as well as running applications in their own data center or private cloud. If the new

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Is There a Better Way to Backup Unstructured Data? – Igneous Briefing Note

It’s no secret that unstructured data is consuming data center tiles across the world. Structured data may have been king at one point, but the vast amount of storage in today’s data centers is being consumed by unstructured data. This

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Moving from Cloud Archive to Cloud Preservation – CloudLanes Briefing Note

The cloud is an ideal storage area for the 90 percent of an organization’s data that is not active. Moving this data to the cloud frees up on-premises storage requirements as well as data center floor space. The problem is

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Why Would You Put SQL Server in a Container? – WinDocks Briefing Note

There’s no question that containers are growing in popularity, and attendance at this year’s DockerCcon is evidence of that. But the bulk of applications that are moving into containers still tend to be stateless applications without the need for persistent

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