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Backup And Recovery
Backup refers to the copying of data so that these additional copies may be restored after a data loss event. Backups differ from archives and backup systems differ from fault-tolerant systems. Backups are useful primarily for two purposes: to restore a computer to an operational state following a disaster (called disaster recovery) and to restore small numbers of files after they have been accidentally deleted or corrupted.
Data deduplication is not just altering how backup targets are used; it dramatically affects operating efficiencies, simplifies remote office data protection, and makes disaster recovery significantly more affordable and realistic. Read on.
White Paper Published By: Code 42
Published Date: Mar 20, 2014
Enterprise IT teams face increasing challenges as the amount of valuable data living on endpoints continues to grow. Adding complexity is the mounting list of government regulations to which enterprises must comply. Read how endpoint backup can satisfy data collection and preservation requirements in a more streamlined and cost-effective manner than traditional e-discovery methods.
White Paper Published By: IBM
Published Date: Feb 25, 2008
In preparation for disasters, it’s critical to have a backup site that can be used if your primary location goes down. Does your business have the right procedures and equipment to recover after a disaster? Get answers. Download this article about a new enterprise data center and learn more about protecting your IT infrastructure.
Free Offer Published By: IBM
Published Date: Oct 23, 2009
Listen to the recording, "CDPS Analyst Interview with John Webster of Illuminata," to see how the IBM Comprehensive Data Protection Express solution addresses the needs of midmarket companies that don't have adequate backup and recovery capabilities for their critical data.
The new disk-based backup products geared to small to medium enterprise (SME) businesses are being enhanced with enterprise-class product features at prices that are getting less and less expensive, making it feasible to back up from disk to removable disks and do away with tape backups altogether. Read this white paper for more information.
White Paper Published By: Idera
Published Date: Jun 21, 2011
SharePoint 2007 was big, and SharePoint 2010 shows every sign of being even bigger. However, there is one stumbling block on the way to SharePoint 2010 nirvana... upgrading. In this white paper, find out ten of the common difficulties you may encounter when upgrading content to SharePoint 2010 and some solutions.
White Paper Published By: HP
Published Date: Jun 23, 2008
In this video, at a high-tech ballistics center managed by National Technical Systems in Camden, Arkansas, HP simulated a gas leak using real explosives to blow up a data center. Every system failed-over after the explosion in less than two minutes—including data on an HP StorageWorks XP12000 Disk Array which failed over flawlessly to an HP StorageWorks XP24000 Disk Array.
In this paper, IDC examines solutions from EMC and explains how they can help to speed the benefits of virtualization while modernizing the backup and recovery process. Read this white paper to learn more today!
Are you getting the most you can out of your resource utilization? This technical note features two scenarios designed to illustrate the technical process of monitoring cloud services. Learn more about these time-saving,effective options for monitoring in the IBM Cloud.
White Paper Published By: HP
Published Date: Aug 08, 2014
Although modern backup solutions can offer significant recovery agility, backup as an IT process is generally less than “enough” for the data protection goals that IT is being asked to deliver. As IT is embracing snapshots, replication, archiving, and availability mechanisms to enhance business continuity/disaster recovery (BC/DR) preparedness, it is important to realize that there is a better way than piecemealing each component, and then wondering why CapEx and OpEx are so out of line.
As more states pass regulations governing the security, confidentiality, and integrity of customer data, a leading national bank has recognized its need to ensure the safety and security of personal data for its thousands of customers. To ensure compliance and maintain the security of this information, the bank has deployed NeoScale’s CryptoStor Tape appliances to help accomplish its objectives.
Download this exclusive report to learn how NetApp direct-to-tape technology can reduce the number of media servers required to support a solution, which can reduce hardware, software, and management costs by utilizing the VTL to perform tape exports.