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eLife, the Center for Open Science, and Science Exchange partner to assess the reproducibility of cancer biology research

eLife will be the publisher for the results of the Reproducibility Project: Cancer Biology, an effort led by the Center for Open Science and Science Exchange. 719 more words


Backup or Replication?

Data protection can be challenging since virtualized applications typically have various recovery point and recovery time (RPO/RTO) objectives. Replication provides applications with near zero RPOs and when configured with redundant server infrastructure, it can also provide near instantaneous RTO. 392 more words


VMworld 2014: Can Arcserve make a comeback?

This week in San Francisco, we spent a lot of time meeting with all the new and emerging companies in the storage market. We talked about hot topics like flash storage and server side storage. 298 more words

Briefing Note

Share your replication: Political Science Replication Initiative

Earlier this year, we sent out a survey on replication in political science to the Political Methodology (PolMeth) mailing list. Our survey results, which we wrote up in a post on the… 252 more words


Lync 2010 Edge replication issue with Front-end server.

Lync 2010 Edge is synchronized with the (CMS) which is running on Front-end pool and due to this replication between Front-end Pool and Edge, everything on Edge Server works correctly (assuming that we do not have configuration issues). 289 more words

Lync 2010

Live Webinar - The five ways your Backup Design can Impact Virtualized Data Protection

Virtualization specific backup applications, like Veeam, are the fastest growing segment of the data protection market, and for good reason. They promise to provide better, faster and more accurate data protection, while almost eliminating application recovery times. 380 more words


Guest Post: Leading international studies journal takes replication seriously, by Joseph Young

Transparency and data access – these public goods are crucial principals for science. But why don’t researchers implement them? Political scientist Joseph K. Young discusses incentives for reproducibility, and how he is tracking down old replication data for the leading international studies journal ISQ. 545 more words