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Centralizing Availability, Disaster Recovery and Backup for Efficient Business Continuity – Arcserve Briefing Note

The majority of organizations are not fully confident in their ability to recover data and workloads in the event of an outage. This is due in part to legacy practices of using a myriad of point product solutions to address

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15 Minute Friday: How to Move From Legacy DR to DRaaS

Most data centers still use a legacy DR strategy of replicating or even physically transporting backups to a dedicated disaster recovery (DR) site, or a secondary site owned by the organization. Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) delivers a compelling

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Calculating the ROI of Data Protection Service Level Objective

Most data centers try to create a “best efforts” data protection strategy which treats all data and applications equally. Typically the organization uses one backup application, a single backup target device and replicates all data to a secondary site or

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Can Cloud Backup Fix Backup’s True Problem?

Cloud backup has the potential to ease backup pain while also lowering costs significantly. Most cloud backup solutions tend to focus on lowering costs, but while they claim to simplify operations, many cloud solutions are very similar to their on-premises

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The Problem with Protecting the Distributed Enterprise with Traditional Backup Applications

More and more, data is being generated and processed outside of the traditional data center, for instance across a growing number of remote and branch offices as well as mobile devices and edge sites hosting Internet of Things (IoT) sensors.

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Webinar: Can You Use the Cloud to Backup the Distributed Enterprise?

Today’s enterprise is more distributed than ever. Most organizations have multiple locations with servers, storage, and applications. Legacy data protection solutions either require independent backup in each of these locations or that all the locations backup up centrally to the

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Modernizing Backup and Disaster Recovery with Recovery Zones

Legacy backup practices are challenged to accommodate the application explosion that is upon us in today’s application-driven economy. Businesses are relying on a growing volume of applications for core, day-to-day processes, and these applications vary widely in terms of their

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How to Shrink the Data Protection Investment

The data protection infrastructure seems to be on a never ending growth curve. The organization is constantly buying more storage and software licenses to support the process. The reality is though that there are opportunities to downsize the organization’s data

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Ensuring Data Protection in the Age of Data Sprawl with Cloud Services

Today’s data landscape is massively distributed, due in large part to growth of international businesses. Not only are the number of remote branch office locations growing to enable business to be conducted on a global scale, but also merger and

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Live Webinar: All in the Cloud – Data Protection Up, Costs Down

Managing and protecting critical data across servers and applications in multiple locations around the globe is challenging. And the more decentralized and complex your infrastructure, the more difficult it is to manage your data. The potential bad news? Data loss,

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