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Trusting and Testing DRaaS

Many organizations count on a Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) solution to enable them to bounce back quickly if a disaster strikes their primary data center. DRaaS saves organizations the expenses associated with investing in and equipping a disaster

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The Dirty Little Secret about DRaaS

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is a game changer for many, cloud backup as a service providers. The service enables organizations to stand up instances of their mission critical applications in the provider’s cloud instead of recovering them across

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Live Webinar: Holistic Disaster Recovery; from Data Center to Endpoint

Most disaster recovery strategies focus exclusively on the data center but most users use laptops and other endpoints to get their work done. And those endpoints often have unique, business critical data on them. Data center servers and storage as

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Office 365 Delete Items Folder – Isn’t 24,855 days enough?

A question that came up on our on demand webinar “Next Question: How to protect Office 365” was “Can’t I just use the Deleted Items Folder?” The deleted items folder does help prevent some data loss. Microsoft Office 365 allows

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Decisions the Enterprise Must Make When Considering Cloud Backup

In our first column we discussed what cloud providers needed to provide to make the enterprise more comfortable with using the cloud for backup. In this entry we discuss how to choose the right cloud provider and give an example

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The First Step in Cloud DR is Cloud Backup

“It’s not about backup, it’s about recovery” is a common statement from the marketing departments of backup software suppliers. A recovery can’t be performed without a quality copy of the data. Cloud storage’s low cost and automatic off-site capabilities as

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Why Cloud Backup Doesn’t Work for Enterprises and How to Fix it

Protecting the enterprise remains a big challenge facing data centers. Backup touches and interacts with almost every component of the data center, and in the enterprise where there are more of those components; the chance for failure is high. At

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