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2018 SMB Disaster Preparedness Guide

Small to medium-sized businesses face unique challenges when it comes to disaster recovery. They have to deal with a much tighter budget than a larger business, while at the same time having to meet very similar recovery expectations for users.

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Overcoming the Biggest Roadblock to the Always-On Data Center

Believing in the Always-On Data Center One of the topics in our on demand webinar, “Making The Always-On Data Center A Reality”, is overcoming the roadblocks to the Always-On Data Center. In this webinar experts from Storage Switzerland, Veeam and

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Bacula Enterprise is changing the definition of Open-source Backup Software

For many in IT, the term “open source software” conjures images of inexpensive but powerful programs that require a lot attention to keep running. They’re often a better fit for organizations with more time than money; unfortunately, most organizations don’t

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Analyst Blog: The Data Protection Network Gap

Storage Switzerland has been tracking an interesting trend, or maybe lack of a trend, in data protection over the last 10 months; the decay in the quality of the data protection network as compared to the continual improvement of the

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Overcoming challenges when integrating Disk Backup Appliances with Veeam

How Server Virtualization is Breaking Disk Backup

There is a new breed of backup applications that is gaining acceptance in data centers of all sizes, including the enterprise: VM Specific Backup Applications. These solutions were designed from the ground up, with virtualization in mind and they do

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Overcoming the Recovery-In-Place challenge

The advanced capabilities of virtualization-specific backup applications, such as Veeam, have brought new flexibility to the protection and recovery of virtual servers. In fact, these improvements, plus better availability, may be justification enough to virtualize a workload. Two of the

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