The earliest and still most widely used cloud storage services were designed for backing up small organizations’ data. Today, many of those services have upgraded their products to serve enterprise clients as well. Combined with server virtualization, cloud storage can provide an agile, inexpensive route to business continuity. According to Storage magazine/SearchStorage.com research, the next most popular application for cloud storage is disaster recovery. Find out the latest information on cloud backup and cloud disaster recovery and learn effective deployment and management techniques in this valuable handbook. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Cloud backup benefits
- Enterprise cloud backup
- Hybrid cloud backup
- Cloud-based DR blueprint
- Remote cloud backups
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