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Nervous About Cloud Computing?

There is a huge trend in technology to move towards cloud computing services. Everyone is advertising that it’s better, faster, cheaper, safer. Cloud services are accessible from anywhere, and you don’t need your IT guy anymore, right? 971 more words


Ensure that your Disaster Recovery plan matches your business needs

Disasters are unpredictable and in most cases unavoidable and that’s obvious. Like in the same way you take preventive measures to protect your sweet home from both foreseeable and unexpected disasters in the future, its paramount to have 20/20 foresight regarding business continuity when your enterprise experiences an unfortunate or disastrous event. 457 more words

Disaster Recovery

Backup Exec 3600 Customers

On October 10, Symantec announced that they would stop selling the Symantec Backup Exec 3600 appliance.

In response, this promotion allows abandoned users to trade-up their existing BE3600 appliance to a comparable Recovery-Series Appliance for… 146 more words

Backup And Disaster Recovery

How to read Oracle Datafiles without Oracle RDBMS

In the following post we will explain how to access to the information of Oracle datafiles without the original database, only with the database files. 516 more words

Disaster Recovery

NAS storage termed as a perfect backup storage solution for SMBs

Data Backup is essential for any organization, irrespective of the size and the business vertical it belongs to. It is similar to an insurance policy, where one doesn’t need it until something goes wrong, and then you realize just how crucial it was in first place. 490 more words


Now that We Have Adopted IaaS…

Providing guidance or consulting to organizations on cloud computing topics can be really easy, or really tough.  In the past most of the initial engagement was dedicated to training and building awareness with your customer.  816 more words

Internet And Telecom

Disaster recovery as a managed service

Data is the lifeblood of your business. Lose a little and your company could go into shock. Lose a lot and it could die. Having an effective disaster recovery strategy in place is key. 160 more words