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isolating linux environments

One of the most annoying things I’ve had using the same machine for work and personal purposes is how the environments can get mixed up. 437 more words

Linux

Live Webinar: Is Your Storage Ready for Disaster?

The recovery expectations of users and organizations is changing and their tolerance for downtime is lower than ever. IT professionals can no longer rely on the traditional backup and recovery process to meet these new requirements. 140 more words

Backup

Making DRaaS Make Even More Sense - Bluelock Briefing Note

Disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) continues to grow on both the demand and the supply side of the equation. While some still wonder if DRaaS makes sense for their business, many customers and vendors alike are flocking to the space. 870 more words

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Hyper-V is nightmare

The user experience with Hyper-V is horrible. I have using Hyper-V for two years, and I hate it. Let me tell your something:

  • Hyper-V is not compatible with some old hardware drivers.
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Hyper-V

SlideShare: DR Strategies For Hyperconverged Architectures

Hyperconverged infrastructure products promise to bring the best of virtualization to an easy-to-manage platform. One question is what they do to solve one of the greatest challenges modern IT environments have: DR? 90 more words

Virtualization

Client-Side Virtualization Security at Warp Speed!

  • Virtualization based security stops what next-gen antivirus misses!
  • Now you can have virtualization based security & peak performance.
  • With more than one billion micro-VMs launched, we’ve had no reported breaches.
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Security

Quorum Briefing Note - Instant Recovery Software gets Major Update

Quorum OnQ already appeared to be a solid product. OnQ is a next-gen backup and recovery product built around modern ideas of data protection. It could back up virtual or physical machines and store those backups in native (but deduplicated) format in a customer’s cloud or the Quorum-branded cloud. 417 more words

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