Cloud-based disaster recovery services are growing in popularity for a wide variety of reasons, including cost and reliability concerns.
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Following the overall enterprise storage market, sales of backup systems took a tumble in the third quarter.
While cloud storage is growing increasingly popular, on premise data storage continues to have key advantages.
High capacity SSDs will clearly play an ever growing role in enterprise data storage.
When it comes to the disruptions created by flash, hyper-convergence and cloud, do you know your stuff?
Cloud storage problems are potentially numerous, unless you strategize to avoid them.
Cloud storage service providers need data centers all over the world. So how do the major players compare?
There are several reasons why a PBA may be a better choice for a given environment than a virtual backup appliance.
Deciding when and how to implement DRaaS in the enterprise requires weighing various interlocking factors.
Data storage administrators at a variety of companies talk about their approach to improving data storage efficiency.
The rise of cloud computing is changing disaster recovery, but most enterprises will keep some on-site storage.
Archival tape remains an essential storage option in a Big Data world with ever more data to backup.
Flash, “strategic flash,” and tape are among the expert recommendations. Plus: storage pros disagree about private clouds.
It’s true that EMC is made up of many disparate parts, yet these many elements create a valuable synergy.
Getting the most from high performance data storage requires making the best data architecture decisions.
Before you purchase a DR solution, you need to do some basic planning.
An overview of some of the major solutions in the data archiving market.
Those vendors that claim tape is no longer viable for data storage usually have a vested interest in other storage media.
When comparing Amazon Glacier and data storage tape for long term archiving, be aware of costs and logistics.
Hybrid data storage systems that combine LTFS tape and disk promise low cost storage that’s faster than the cloud and almost as …
Cloud computing failure is far from a remote option, so businesses must have a plan to handle partial or complete cloud outages.
The best data protection plan requires planning, scheduling and documentation -- among other key features.
Cloud computing is changing disaster recovery, from pricing to methodology.
Data storage backup is easy to do inefficiently. Best practices require some careful thought.
While not the sexy topic it once was, data storage backup still sells a lot of software.