IT Departments today are facing an explosion in the amount of data they have to manage, backup and restore. In this videocast, learn how data deduplication can help address the problems of redundant data and reduce storage disk storage requirements.
Customers are confronting the confusing number of options and configurations when it comes to backing up and restoring their network attached storage servers. This paper addresses this by describing the best practices for protecting and recovering NAS devices utilizing the Network Data Management Protocol.
With the availability of solid-state storage within Version 5 of its SAN Volume Controller, IBM once again delivers outstanding tech-nological innovation to the data center. Read this paper to find out so much more.
IDC interviewed eight FalconStor customers that had deployed at least one or a combination of the following FalconStor storage management solutions: Virtual Tape Library (VTL), Network Storage Server (NSS), and Continuous Data Protector (CDP). All customers reported high levels of satisfaction.
Read this case study to learn how a major global media and entertainment company achieved significant benefits and efficiency gains by implementing a virtual tape library solution to streamline their nightly data backup process.
Data backups have evolved dramatically from the days of producing a nightly backup to tape. Modern data protection techniques start with backup targets such as tape libraries and virtual tape libraries to deduplicating disk arrays, integrated backup appliances and the cloud.
This one-page case study explores how one vendor's DR solution helped an organization reduce their backup window by more than 50%, shrink their duplicate data with an average deduplication ratio of 7:1 and maximize their efficiency through reporting and capacity planning capabilities.