In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the UK government's new digital economy strategy and hear why critics labelled it unambitious and lacking imagination. The recent AWS cloud outage puts the spotlight on cloud and disaster recovery. And we look at the next generation of storage technology. Read the issue now.
Access this expert E-Guide to learn about designing a redundant backup solution and transitioning from tape to a disk backup appliance. Read on to explore the evolving case for disk-based backup.
Archiving for compliance is an important step in securing your company's future. Learn how to implement an email archiving solution that will minimize the burden on your Exchange server and help to avoid costly legal penalties in this whitepaper.
Dell's Hard Drive Data Recovery Service gives customers of all sizes - from small businesses to large public companies and government agencies - the opportunity to recover data from a failed hard drive.
After a few years of waning usage, tape technology is making a comeback with archiving. Find out why by checking out this transcript of Jon Toigo's presentation on tape for active archiving.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine emerging technologies in storage such as helium disks and DNA. Ransomware is becoming more sophisticated and the attackers more tactical. And as the EU's top court challenges the UK over surveillance, we ask what this means for data privacy after Brexit. Read the issue now.
Our final issue of Storage Magazine Online in 2012 features one of our most popular annual columns: Hot Technologies for Next Year. Explore this month’s cover story, in which our team of editors team up to tell you the six technologies to watch in 2013 - and why they should be on your radar if they’re not already.
In this issue of ComputerWeekly, we examine why one of the UK's largest construction projects—the Thames Tideway Tunnel—decided to use a private cloud setup. Our latest buyer's guide looks at containers and microservices, and we report on what U.S. court documents tell us about Oracle's controversial licensing polices.
With the acquisition of Diligent Corporation, IBM has put itself in the rather unique position as the only vendor that can offer to the enterprise a complete backup/recovery solution with servers, disk, tape, software, and data deduplication technology, all rolled into one.
The 3-2-1 Archiving and Data Protection Best Practice advocates that a minimum of 3 copies of all business critical data be retained, that these copies should be kept on 2 different types of storage media, and that at least one copy should be offsite on removable media.