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White Paper: Protecting the Distributed Enterprise

Organizations, thanks to mergers and acquisitions, are becoming more global. The problem is that a global organization means distributed data centers. It is not uncommon for an organization to have multiple data centers, remote offices with applications and thousands of

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How to Avoid Cloud Backup Pitfalls

Data protection becomes more challenging as enterprises become more distributed. Data is distributed across core and edge data center environments, and on and off-premises applications and infrastructure resources. This data must be readily accessible by users regardless of their location

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Considering Adopting DRaaS? Look for a Comprehensive Software Tool

Disaster recovery is one of the most appealing use cases for the cloud. Disaster recovery-as-a-service (DRaaS) enables the business to avoid the investment of building and managing a separate data center that must perform up to par with production systems,

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The Questions You’re NOT Asking Your DRaaS Provider

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is an ideal cloud use case. DRaaS uses a cloud provider’s resources and allocates them on-demand to an organization in the midst of a disaster. With DRaaS, organizations no longer need to worry about

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Three Things Missing From Your Enterprise Cloud Backup Solution

Many organizations are considering switching to a cloud backup solution to meet their data protection needs. Cloud backup promises to reduce the data protection headache by reducing the investment in on-premises infrastructure. And while cloud backup does provide almost automatic

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Using the Cloud to Improve Compliance

The modern era of stricter compliance regulations and more privacy savvy consumers changes the backup and disaster recovery paradigms. It necessitates that enterprises obtain a complete, centralized and searchable data repository – as well as more sophisticated risk monitoring, management

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SlideShare: 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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Cloud Storage: More Than Your Digital Dumping Ground

Enterprises are dealing with an onslaught of data that is being generated outside of a traditional, centralized data center. Simply put, data is everywhere, being generated in an expanding number of branch and remote offices, by a growing number of

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Balance Standardization and Flexibility to Optimize DRaaS

The need for disaster recovery is growing as always-on data availability becomes necessary for business continuity. For many organizations, bypassing the expense and hassle of purchasing, deploying and managing dedicated disaster recovery infrastructure through outsourced disaster recovery-as-a-service (DRaaS) makes sense.

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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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