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Cloud Disaster Recovery News
December 05, 2016
Disaster recovery as a service has fast become an ideal way for enterprises to tap the cloud to solve their disaster recovery challenges.
November 22, 2016
Minutes count in legal work, and Graubard Miller needed a simpler platform for disaster recovery. The verdict: The law firm chose iland disaster recovery in the cloud.
October 28, 2016
After a massive tornado touched down across the state, the city of Opelika, Ala., looked to the cloud to get its IT infrastructure up and running in case of disaster.
May 31, 2016
Zerto's mobile disaster recovery app, one piece of the vendor's next release, allows customers to check on their business continuity environment from anywhere.
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Cloud DR uses an off-site cloud repository to store copies of data that can be restored on-site to keep the business running in case of an emergency. Continue Reading
Cloud or online backup is a backup strategy that utilizes the cloud to send a copy of data off-site. It is sold on a subscription basis and typically priced based on usage. Continue Reading
Backup as a service uses external providers to deliver cloud-based backup services to an enterprise. It can help organizations avoid costly upgrades or provide companies that lack the resources to perform on-premises backups. Continue Reading
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Explore factors that can influence your level of cloud resilience, such as outages in different geographic locations, and the importance of positioning data for quick recovery. Continue Reading
DRaaS vendors must do more than make your data available in a disaster. The specifics of how their recovery works can determine if a vendor is right for your organization. Continue Reading
A lot of companies use cloud-based storage services, but many approach this relatively new storage resource with caution. Continue Reading
Manage Cloud Disaster Recovery
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Despite business disaster recovery planning shifting to the cloud, historically crucial elements of legacy DR, such as location and testing, are still important. Continue Reading
Some of the gotchas that dogged cloud storage services -- security, data protection, latency -- now less important to buyers. Continue Reading
With Azure VM backup, virtual machines can run in the cloud while a business gets back on its feet. But there are two key considerations to keep in mind. Continue Reading
Problem Solve Cloud Disaster Recovery Issues
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Ensure protection against ransomware with snapshots and the cloud. Plus, implement stringent controls on backup storage to increase safety from attacks. Continue Reading
In creating a plan for data recovery in the cloud, it's important to keep track of your infrastructure, DR requirements and the potential duration of failover. Continue Reading
Failing over to the cloud can be handled by a DRaaS provider, but concerns over data movement and performance need to be addressed before the cloud DR strategy is implemented. Continue Reading