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Don’t Forget Data Protection When Selecting Cloud Providers

The cloud is good at availability and data durability. If there is an outage cloud providers have an excellent track record of getting their services back online quickly and providing access to the latest copy of data. What if though,

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SlideShare: Moving the Enterprise Backup to the Cloud – A Step-By-Step Guide

Making sure everything in the data center is properly protected is a common struggle that all data centers face. The cloud, cloud backup, seems like an answer to all those struggles. But, how exactly does IT make the conversion from

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Making Cloud Backup Work for Enterprises

Cloud backup is an ideal complement to an enterprise’s existing backup strategy. The problem is most cloud backup solutions seek to replace the solution already in place. Enterprises don’t want to throw away years of investment in training and processes

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Cloud Backup: Integrate or Rip and Replace?

An ideal use case for the cloud is for backup. It automatically creates an offsite copy; most cloud providers automatically replicate that backup to another cloud region, and now some providers offer disaster recovery services. One of the upfront challenges

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Webinar: Moving the Enterprise Backup to the Cloud – A Step-By-Step Guide

Making sure everything in the data center is properly protected is a common struggle that all data centers face. The cloud, cloud backup, seems like an answer to all those struggles. But, how exactly does IT make the conversion from

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Faster Backup to the Cloud

When using a cloud backup as a server (BaaS) or disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) the perception is that backup performance is about the same between solutions since they all count on the Internet for transfer and they all

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Build your DRaaS

DRaaS is the future of disaster recovery, but leveraging cloud backup may be an expensive way to implement it. Cloud replication, because it is operating on the working set, keeps cloud storage costs contained. The cloud replication software also enables organizations with an IT ready secondary site to leverage that site and create their own DRaaS. In either case, the organization is in control of when and how recovery happens. DRaaS built on replication also enables organizations to use the replication software to enable other cloud initiatives like bursting and test/dev. In this article Storage Switzerland explores the various methods to go about creating and implementing a DRaaS solution.

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Technical Considerations for adding a Cloud Backup Service to your MSP Portfolio

In order to keep up with a dramatically changing IT landscape, many value added resellers (VARs), large and small, are considering becoming managed service providers (MSP). A logical first step for these organizations is to provide backup as a service.

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Briefing Note: Asigra Converges Data Protection without lowering expectations

As we discussed in our article “Service Level Objectives What do RPO, RTO, VRO and GRO Mean?” enterprises need, and now are beginning, to demand a broad spectrum of data protection options to match different use cases. For example, the

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