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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.
White Paper Published By: GlobalSCAPE
Published Date: Jan 08, 2008
Disaster can strike when you least expect it. So how do you back up and maintain control of your data and still provide access to data in a distributed organization? The challenges are clear...large and growing amounts of data need to be distributed across many sites yet complications such as bandwidth usage, file coherence, version consistency, and file latency all result in lost productivity.
Case Study Published By: Silver-Peak
Published Date: Mar 21, 2012
Learn why one of the world's largest media companies chose Silver Peak virtual WAN Optimization for their cross country replication challenges including an on-demand media database requiring 7 x24 access. Complicating the challenge was a lack of space in the state-of-the-art data center for additional physical hardware. No problem.
With horror stories in the news every week about lost or stolen laptops and backup tapes, the senior management team at Oregon Community Credit Union knew they had to do everything within their powers to protect their critical data as it traveled offsite to a third-party tape vaulting vendor. They were tasked with finding an affordable solution that would strike a balance between security, ease of use, and scalability.
Given Payformance’s longstanding commitment to protecting the privacy of its clients’ information, the company has decided to investigate data encryption solutions for its primary hard drive storage and secondary backup tape storage. With its multi-vendor interoperability, NeoScale’s CryptoStor storage security appliances emerge as the obvious choice.
White Paper Published By: Riverbed
Published Date: Jul 15, 2014
Organizations have gained significant benefit from virtualizing servers and storage environments, and now face the daunting task of deploying new network architectures to keep pace. Software-defined networking holds significant promise to deliver a new network architecture that is abstracted and virtualized; however, organizations would be well served to learn from previous efforts to virtualize other domains in order to avoid making the same mistakes. Riverbed and VMware joined forces to help eliminate those problems and make it easier to deploy VXLAN overlay networks in highly virtualized data centers by integrating application-aware network performance management software and vSphere 5.1
White Paper Published By: EMC
Published Date: Nov 06, 2006
Offsite media can be lost or stolen while in transit, exposing sensitive information to potential misuse. By using AES encryption on backup data, a business can feel confident that sensitive customer information will remain safe and secure, even if the backups tapes are lost of stolen.
Qsent needed to shore up its disaster recovery strategy. This meant sending backup tapes – each with more than 2.5 terabytes of data – between data centers and storing them offsite. To keep all its data safe and secure, Qsent chose NeoScale’s CryptoStor wire-speed tape security appliance to encrypt and decrypt data.
White Paper Published By: Drobo
Published Date: Feb 23, 2012
Download this paper to discover a new and unique storage technology that delivers breakthrough ease-of-use, affordability, and value so that individual professionals and businesses can vastly improve their data storage experience.
White Paper Published By: Xiotech
Published Date: Apr 13, 2007
Well-publicized disasters highlight the need for an effective and timely data recovery solution. While current tape and disk backup provide some peace of mind, they do not keep up with the demands placed on your business. You cannot afford to wait hours (or days) to recover your critical applications and data.
White Paper Published By: Red Hat, Inc.
Published Date: Jul 10, 2012
Today, as IT departments struggle to design and implement solutions capable of managing exponential data growth with strict requirements for application scale and performance, many
of them are turning to in-memory data grids (IMDGs).
White Paper Published By: Unitrends
Published Date: May 12, 2011
In this paper, we'll compare and contrast the advantages and disadvantages of each of these techniques and explain why incremental forever when combined with byte-level deduplication is the superior methodology for reducing redundant data in the most efficient manner possible.