Here at the StorageCraft Recovery Zone, we work with great authors in our partner community. This guest post about the backup and disaster recovery business was written by Brent Whitfield, CEO of DCG Technical Solutions in Los Angeles. Thanks to Brent for contributing! In a previous article, entitled “Is the Data Backup and Disaster Recovery Market Saturated?”… Read more »Read the Article
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Fundamental shifts in the digital universe have challenged IT to improve the efficiency and resiliency of business continuity planning in all new ways. This post examines the role big data plays in that evolution.Read the Article
These days there are two ways to approach backup and disaster recovery: onsite, or in the cloud. If only choosing one or the other was so simple.Read the Article
For some, outsourcing is the most practical way to keep IT operations firing on all cylinders. Sounds like a viable option when you’re strapped for resources, but does it make sense with business continuity on the line?Read the Article
SQL Server 2016 was made generally available by Microsoft last week, as an exciting update for data scientists. The database upgrade adds advanced analytics through deep integration with R code and boasts better pricing, but also delivers improved disaster recovery and data protection, more security, and hybrid cloud capabilities. Microsoft Invites Oracle Customers To Switch To… Read more »Read the Article
StorageCraft® Technology today announced the availability of its purpose-built backup and disaster recovery cloud for Europe. StorageCraft Cloud Services™, which is already trusted by IT professionals throughout North America, Australia and New Zealand, allows users to customize cloud coverage to meet their unique recovery needs. StorageCraft Cloud Services features an easy-to-use portal and provides several… Read more »Read the Article
What’s the difference between file-based, object-based, and image-based backups? Only one is ready to fully tackle disaster recovery.Read the Article