As dependence on continuous access to critical data grows, so does the importance of avoiding service interruption. This paper examines four data protection strategies and compares their merits for the most common business continuance scenarios.
In this transcript featuring Exchange expert Peter Bruzzese, learn how to utilize tools for high availability (HA) that can eliminate the need for disaster recovery in Exchange Server 2007 environments. Find out how to ensure optimal uptime, availability and recovery in your Exchange environment.
Advancements in technology and price reductions have recently made it possible to use disk together with tape to improve data protection. This white paper discusses the benefits of this technology.
Creating a full physical clone of an Oracle database can cause a number of headaches for Oracle administrators. Read this white paper for tips on how to streamline this process and to help you avoid the headaches.
Download this paper to learn how document management and collaboration solutions can help speed up access and availability to applications and improve content sharing throughout an organization.
Organizations are often challenged by the need for a “mixed” data protection strategy that includes VCB or esXpress, agent-based backups of VMs, and backups of non-VMware systems. Quantum provides a broad portfolio of highly scalable disk and tape solutions designed to meet the data protection needs of any VMware environment.
As the demands for data capacity and higher service levels grow, protecting corporate data becomes more challenging. Continuous Data Protection, as discussed in this white paper by Evaluator Group and IBM, can cost-effectively improve security with minimal impact to business.
This white paper describes a single, fifth generation data protection model that assures 24 x 7 uninterrupted business continuity for your organization's mission-critical applications in all information-related disaster scenarios.
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