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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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StorageShort: Hybrid VMware’s Data Two Copy Problem

Hybrid VMware should allow an organization to run a virtual machine either on-premises or in the cloud. And that transfer between operating locations should be able to occur at a moment’s notice. The problem is, as we discuss in our

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SlideShare: The Showdown for Data Preservation: Iron Mountain vs. The Cloud

Join Storage Switzerland and CloudLanes for our on demand webinar as we compare Iron Mountain to the cloud and provide ways to solve the gaps in public cloud storage’s ability to be a viable data preservation service. Every organization needs

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Covering Both Ends of DR

One of the lessons IT is learning from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma is there are some situations where the organization really does not need to meet, or even come close to meeting the strict recovery point and recovery times it

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StorageShort: Active Archives Need Rapid Recalls

The problem with the term “data archiving” is it implies a method to store data that hasn’t been accessed in a while and likely will never be accessed again. The of goal of archiving is to reduce costs by moving

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Scaling Unstructured Data in the Cloud Era

Unstructured data presents two scaling challenges to the data center. The first is capacity. It comes as no surprise to any IT professional that unstructured data is growing at an alarming rate. The second is performance, which may take some

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