Backup and recovery stories - Page 3
Five steps to an effective recovery plan
It is critical to have a comprehensive disaster recover plan to prevent downtime and facilitate faster recovery from interruptions, says CenturyLink.
Users back up data, but still lose it
Having an external hard drive isn’t enough…so why are they losing their data?
‘More than 50%’ ready for cloud archiving – CommVault
Keep the recent stuff close, but archive into the cloud, says the company.
Top data disasters of 2011
Everyone knows the reasons for effective data backup, but sometimes we still don’t do it until we hear one horror story that resonates in some way.
Kroll Ontrack trumpets certification program success
Kroll Ontrack say more than 50,000 successful data recoveries were performed using their solutions in 2010.
Top 10 tips for coping with disasters
Recent events have heightened the awareness of business continuity and disaster recovery planning for many New Zealand businesses.
Big trouble in little Christchurch
Having the right plan in place when disaster strikes, directly influences the safety of your staff and the survival your business. When your business continuity plan goes from paper to action, how will you and your business cope?
Staying connected through a crisis
Telecommunications and networking became crucial factors in the immediate aftermath of the earthquakes. Despite the difficult circumstances the providers had to work under, all companies spoken to have been praising their telco and network providers.
Digitisation for disaster recovery
In a state of national emergency, how well prepared is your business to keep working through the chaos? Stephen Beighton, director of Desktop Imaging Ltd, discusses how reassessing risk can prove invaluable in an emergency situation.
Lessons from the field
Disaster recovery cannot rely on people alone – physical location and automated recovery are paramount, says Jeremy Nees, enterprise architect, Maxnet, who shares his experience from working with affected customers in Christchurch.
Unrecoverable: Backup's inconvenient truth
Modern day businesses have an insatiable appetite for data, which leaves them vulnerable to information loss. Don Williams, country manager Australia and New Zealand, Veeam, points to virtualisation as a way to reliable backup and recovery.
A business survival kit
In the wake of February’s devastating earthquake, there has been renewed focus by businesses on the importance of disaster recovery planning
What is RAID?
As many of us have already learned the hard way, the part of your computer that is most likely to crash is the hard drive.
Room to recover
Christchurch is full of stories of businesses helping others to get back on their feet after the earthquakes. Henrietta Kjaer spoke to Melanie Morris, who created a Business Recovery Centre at her company premises.
Ensuring business continuity
Ian Quinn, country manager for New Zealand, Juniper Networks, describes how continuity planning can be used by government organisations and enterprises to ensure essential functions can continue during and after a disaster.
Back it up mate!
The importance of backing up your data has never been better exemplified than in the repercussions faced by many victims of this year’s earthquake in Christchurch.
Death to backup
Long live real-time recovery, backup is dead, writes StorageCraft.
StorageCraft launches new servers
“The new features in ShadowProtect Server 4.0 will give IT administrators flexible options for getting their systems and data back online very quickly."