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Common Myths about Backup and data continuity

Enterprises which are data intensive should learn to protect their data ensuring that if something happens they can restore and get back up & running. By having the said disaster recovery plan in place, business can keep data continuity intact when something goes awry. 581 more words

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London based Civil Engineering company chooses StoneFly DR365 Hyper Converged Fusion Cluster for backup and disaster recovery

London based Civil Engineering Company, a leader in soil, structural and nuclear engineering has selected StoneFly DR365 Hyper Converged Fusion Cluster for its backup and disaster recovery needs. 854 more words

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StoneFly IP SAN customers get remote backup services on an exclusive note

StoneFly, Inc knows how valuable data is to its customers and so it offers remote backup services through its cloud business center for backup and disaster recovery needs. 258 more words

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Single or multi tier backup which is best?

Backing up enterprise data is extremely important these days, especially, when data loss issues like ransomware are on mounting prowl. Thus, IT Managers and decision makers should think ahead and invest in the safety of their business data before an issue arises in which data could go inaccessible forever. 612 more words

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Know why every SMB needs a backup and Disaster Recovery plan?

Businesses are becoming digitally active these days and in such scenarios data loss can prove costly and extremely risky to every business. That’s why every company big or small needs a BDR (backup and disaster recovery) solution. 729 more words

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Survey finds that businesses still have only one copy of backed up business data!

Enterprises are not taking backup and disaster recovery on a serious note and this was revealed as a fact in a survey conducted by an online cloud based backup and file management service provider named CloudBerry Lab, Inc. 479 more words

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Denmark based medical equipment manufacturer relies on StoneFly for 24/7 availability

Denmark based medical equipment manufacture is relying on StoneFly’s disaster recovery strategy of reliable backup and replication. Want to know how? Just follow the article and know how the Silicon Valley based company is saving the medical equipment manufacture from facing downtime costs of approximately $38,000 per hour. 643 more words

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