Cloud Backup and DR—Separating the hype from reality
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“The cloud” is used to describe many scenarios where computing resources – applications, servers, storage, or network resources – are delivered from an offsite source. It often appears to be a cure-all for a wide range of IT problems and, in fact, for some applications the cloud is a perfect fit. However, as good as the cloud is for some uses, it is equally as challenging for others, resulting in higher costs and lower productivity than current approaches.

This resource discusses how the cloud can be used for data storage, archival storage, data backup and disaster recovery. Explore what this technology can do for you by learning more about the major cloud types you can choose from, when it makes sense to leverage cloud storage resources, which cloud services can be used to improve data protection and more.

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