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2016 Trends: Enterprise Cloud Backup And Recovery Takes Hold

Enterprises are beginning to fully embrace the utility of the cloud, and offsite recovery, as the most effective means of backing up data. Also, as virtualization continues to gain dominance, enterprises are finding their legacy systems inadequate for recovering data at the speed and currency they need in order to operate a successful business. 451 more words

Business Continuity

6 Considerations That Make Or Break Business Continuity

The term disaster recovery conjures images of widespread flooding or a fire destroying data centers or rendering workplaces unrecognizable. Natural disasters and accidents are concerns, but the reality is disasters in enterprise IT are more frequently caused by mistakes or accidents unrelated to the weather or any other kind of large-scale accident. 791 more words

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A Success Story From The Cloud

Today’s busy world is full of new opportunities and opposing challenges. And if you’re looking for ways to make the most of your time, there are plenty of solutions vying for your attention. 657 more words


Incremental restore from primary database to standby database

If we have Dataguard, either with physical or logical standby, our databases will always be synchronized and we will be able to do switchover whenever we want. 300 more words


StoneFly CDR365 Disaster Recovery offers direct cloud backup!

StoneFly CDR365 Disaster Recovery software application when installed on customer’s data storage solution offers secure and automated data backup to secure cloud storage. This application combines easy to use interface with a powerful functionality making a disaster recovery plan simple, affordable and reliable. 282 more words

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How to plan for a data backup and disaster recovery in law firms?

Disasters bring in inexorable and lasting damages to businesses and law firms are no exception. This is due to the fact that, disasters can drive lawyers out of a firm’s office, prevent access to critical client files, disrupt communications inside and outside of the firm, and ultimately put time-sensitive matters at risk. 980 more words

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