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Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity for Cloud Services News
September 28, 2017
Peak 10 purchased ViaWest for $1.675 billion. The combined company upgraded its Recovery Cloud and is looking to rebrand and add a new suite of services.
March 10, 2017
Channel partner executives and industry observers consider redundancy options in the aftermath of Amazon Web Services' recent Simple Storage Service outage.
November 22, 2016
Minutes count in legal work, and Graubard Miller needed a simpler platform for disaster recovery. The verdict: The law firm chose iland disaster recovery in the cloud.
October 28, 2016
After a massive tornado touched down across the state, the city of Opelika, Ala., looked to the cloud to get its IT infrastructure up and running in case of disaster.
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To have strong cloud backup and recovery, choose your software and cloud service provider wisely. Then make sure you upload and update your data effectively. Continue Reading
Disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) is the replication and hosting of physical or virtual servers by a third party to provide failover in the event of a man-made or natural catastrophe. Continue Reading
Faced with an unsustainable per-gigabyte backup and disaster recovery pricing model, channel partners explore and implement new pricing strategies in hopes of making a profit. Continue Reading
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After a manufacturer recognized the risks in having its systems and data located onsite, the company implemented a cloud computing disaster recovery plan with the help of a channel partner. Continue Reading
As ransomware attackers hit small businesses, disaster recovery-as-a-service providers can bring cheaper DR to organizations that may not historically have the budget for it. Continue Reading
When you're using a cloud-based disaster recovery plan, you really don't have an excuse for overlooking consistent testing, as it can be a pain-free, streamlined process. Continue Reading
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Discover the must-have features organizations of any size should keep top of mind when shopping for a cloud-based DR provider. Future services may include converged offerings. Continue Reading
This video describes five hidden gotchas of disaster recovery in the cloud. User expectations are sky-high, so it's important to understand the technology's pain points. Continue Reading
If the cost of a secondary site keeps you up at night, disaster recovery as a service could help you sleep. A cloud-based DR option has several other benefits, as well. Continue Reading
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In creating a plan for data recovery in the cloud, it's important to keep track of your infrastructure, DR requirements and the potential duration of failover. Continue Reading
Metro storage clusters -- geographically distributed, interconnected storage platforms -- can help IaaS providers manage data growth and add value. Continue Reading
Cloud providers must cover security, access control and restoration time when negotiating DRaaS SLAs with customers, says cloud expert Mooney Sherman. Continue Reading