Automatic failover involves automatically moving an application to a standby server during a failure or service event to preserve its time. Fortunately, there are a number of approaches available in the market today. Check out this guide to learn the answers to 6 FAQs about automatic failover and disaster recovery automation.
Data protection and disaster recovery continue to be overarching challenges for most firms. To remedy a myriad of problems with data protection as well as operational and disaster recovery, companies are replacing legacy backup methods with new approaches. Read on to learn more.
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Read the final chapter of this e-book to explore stories about Backup 2.0 - learn how to save money, time and anguish, and discover how to fit your new backup system into the specific niches of your company.
Read this expert transcript to learn why SMBs are adopting cloud services more rapidly than large enterprises and what challenges your clients face in protecting their business critical data in an increasingly mobile world.
This e-guide follows the evolution of data protection and points out the latest capabilities and remaining gaps in the marketplace. Read on now to find out whether conventional methods are keeping pace and which data protection processes should be treated separately.
With the number of virtual machines increasing in the data center, backing up servers today has become much more than just copying data files. Take a look at how virtualization technologies have changed traditional backup strategies and examine some of the approaches that protect against issues like accidental file loss and server crashes.
This paper describes how continuous data protection (CDP) technology can bridge various DR methodologies to help organizations overcome the challenges of tape and achieve maximum benefits from their IT investments.
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