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How to buy a backup and DR solution your CFO will love
Forget about backup, consider only recover – and get a solution your executive team, users and IT team will all love, says Greg Wyman, StorageCraft VP
Agile business continuity now available for MSPs
LogicNow is touting the release of a new version of its hybrid cloud backup and disaster recovery solution as equipping MSPs to upgrade customers.
Backup or replication? Why you actually need both
If you already have a backup solution, that’s great news. However, restoring from backups is never instantaneous.
Digitally archiving important as Canterbury earthquake anniversary approaches
UoC Professor Paul Millar believes it’s never been more important to focus on preserving the record of what Canterbury went through.
Barracuda’s ‘dirty little secret’
On the security side, Hughes says it’s a ‘tough’ job for the channel with cloud changing the security landscape.
Global IT budgets hindered by ageing software
IT budgets for the coming year are not going to be breaking any world records. IT pros will need to adjust their tech buying habits due to budget cons
Commvault endpoint data protection strengthens enterprise BYOD initiatives
New Solution Set strengthens Bring-Your-Own-Device initiatives by efficiently backing-up devices and providing secure access and self-service capabilities to the mobile workforce.
Networking vendor gears up for Kiwi growth
New verticals mean new resellers are needed for NetGear as the networking company gears up for aggressive growth locally.
Backup: changing consumption, changing solutions
Backing up to cloud seems a logical move. But New Zealand companies taking the cloud backup route are being encouraged to think about the recovery side, not just backup, as Heather Wright discovers.
Cloud outlook fine, chance of storms, says Storage Craft
Businesses need to take responsibility for recoverability of data, even if it is in the cloud, says StorageCraft’s Greg Wyman.
Keep your cloud close for critical recovery
Plan B’s Ian Forrester serves up some pointers for choosing a cloud backup provider.
Making the transition to a telco BaaS seamless
Symantec’s Scott Meddings offers some tips to ensure your transition to cloud backup is hassle free.
New Zealand company Plan B named Veeam partner
Plan B Limited has been named a Veeam Cloud Connect Partner and Gold ProPartner by Veeam Software.
Changing the data centre backup paradigm
Data centre virtualisation has changed the way organisations deliver infrastructure to their business.
Asking the right questions will win you accounts, says StorageCraft VP
Listen to the hype from any backup vendor, and learn about the ‘best’ backup product, the ‘fastest’, the ‘easiest to use’ or perhaps the best for the ‘modern’ environments.
Acronis security solutions for SMBs and enterprises comes to New Zealand
Acronis solutions are now available in Australia and New Zealand. Acronis Access 7 is for small and midsize businesses (SMB) and Acronis Access Advanced suits enterprises.
Avoiding the VM zombies
Many organisations believe virtual machine (VM) sprawl isn't an issue for their infrastructure, but the dynamic nature of virtualisation can create an army of walking dead VM’s.
Veeam reports significant growth in third quarter
Veeam’s Q3 2014 results show significant growth for the company. This is the 27th consecutive quarter the company’s total bookings have grown by a double-digit percentage.
Kroll Ontrack expansion reduces restore time from hours to seconds
Kroll Ontrack has announced new features for Ontrack PowerControls that focus on increasing restore efficiency.
DR: Choosing the right approach for customers
As we leave behind the perimeters of the nine-to-five working day, continued access to information and applications is a critical driver of business success.
How to sell disaster recovery to every customer
Most business people know about disaster recovery, or think they do. But the scale of disaster can range from a Christchurch earthquake wipe-out, to human error and losing full production for hours, days or weeks.
It's not all about back up - recovery top priority
It's called disaster recovery, and resellers are being urged to think recovery
Lines between desktop computing and the cloud continue to be blurred
The cloud is blurring the lines for backup and DR, says Peter Thomas, KeepItSafe general manager. He offers some tips for seamless protection for your customers.
Symantec aims to make businesses more resilient against attacks
Hackers do plenty of research to figure people out and exploit human nature