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The Importance of Cloud DRaaS Performance

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) solves a lot of IT challenges, especially when trying to meet the organization’s need for a DR strategy. As a result, there is a glut of solutions in the market. Situations like Hurricane Harvey

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Preparing for Recovery

Most of the time IT spends focusing on disaster recovery planning is actually spent on protection, making sure data is being copied to a secondary storage system and a secondary site either by backup or replication. Some advanced recovery planners

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Live Webinar: 5 Keys for Next Generation DRaaS

DRaaS is entering its second phase. No longer is it good enough to simply be able to recover applications in the cloud. Next generation DRaaS has to be able to backup faster, recover faster, include ransomware protection and be able

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Protecting From Ransomware without a Data Protection Overhaul

Ransomware is at the top of every IT professional’s project list, but the problem is most solutions to the problem require the replacement of the current data protection product. What if the current data protection solution is servicing the organization

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What Does The Next Generation of DRaaS Look Like?

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) solutions are inundating the market. Most vendors added the feature to their existing solutions as an afterthought by including the cloud – not integrating it. But DRaaS is maturing and customers are looking for

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What is Hybrid DRaaS

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) outsources the typical DR process to a cloud provider so when a data center loss event occurs an organization can re-start their critical applications in the provider’s cloud. DRaaS saves an organization the cost

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What are the Advantages of a Purpose-Built Cloud?

Some cloud backup providers are starting to build their own clouds for their purposes. Is that a good idea? Shouldn’t they use more general-purpose cloud providers like Amazon, Google, or Microsoft? What value can be derived from having your backup

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