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Disaster Recovery as a Production Line

Last week in New York I had the opportunity to meet several customers at mid-size data centers that expressed frustration at having to deal with DR products chosen by their predecessors. Most CTOs that I met used a myriad of

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Spending on DR increasing says IDC

Organizations are taking a closer look at their disaster recovery operations, as spending on data protection software and recovery software rose to more than $1 billion during the third quarter of 2012, according to an IDC study. Read more at TechTarget’s

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DR plans help to cope with Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy, which ravaged parts of the East Coast last month, proved that companies with a good disaster recovery plan don’t have to feel powerless, even when they lose power in their offices or data centers.Prepared firms used a variety

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A Case Study: DR procedures need to be regularly tested

by Carlos Escapa — This past week ReliableDR was installed at two customers with very similar configurations who are worlds apart – one in California and one in South Africa. The customers have active/active data centers with VNX storage replicated

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Business Continuity Metrics Every Risk Manager Dreams Of…

By Carlos Escapa, PHD Virtual – Founding Member DRP Council Managing risk in IT is a multidisciplinary science that brings together business processes, applications and infrastructure. Each area is composed of multiple layers that IT tends to manage in isolation.

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