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Deciding when and how to take advantage of cloud services requires careful planning and analysis of your business needs and infrastructure. These tips can help.
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As the data protection market continues to mature, hybrid cloud backup appliances have emerged as a leading solution for incorporating cloud services into an organization's backup ...
HotLink CEO Lynn LeBlanc offers advice on managing hybrid IT, transforming your data center, and getting started in tech entrepreneurship.
Whether SMBs are faced with a disaster, complete data loss, ransomware, or a virus, Datto's backup products can keep them up and running, says CEO Austin McChord.
Your organization should break down a legacy system into components before putting them into a SaaS app your development team creates. Follow these steps.
The demand for always-on, always-available services has never been stronger. But flat budgets for business continuity and disaster recovery (BC/DR) may be making it difficult for y...
Few companies can afford operational disruption, yet IT budgets remain flat and can’t encompass the growing need for additional resiliency measures to protect critical-business app...
Current day business and industry environment demands an inbuilt disaster management plans and procedures as part and parcel of organizational design fabric. An effective disaster ...
Transferring information systems from a PaaS platform to a proprietary IaaS hosted by a different provider is not productive. Move the systems to an interoperable IaaS.