[December 3, 2009] The digital future will require a level of file and data integrity that doesn't exist today, but there are some possible solutions.
The State of CDPAfter a breakout year for continuous data protection technology, we examine the different players and approaches and look at what the future may hold.
[October 9, 2009] Bandwidth and data integrity issues could limit enterprise use of external storage clouds.
[June 11, 2009] The Israel Electric Corp. turned to EMC to keep its VMware environment running in case of a disaster.
[May 29, 2009] HP and other data storage vendors are helping users replicate to different storage product families to save on disaster recovery costs.
[March 27, 2009] Commentary: What a 4,000-year-old Egyptian obelisk can teach us about data backup, archiving and preservation of our history — and why it's critical that we get started now.
[December 29, 2008] Bacula just might be the enterprise-ready open source backup solution you've been looking for.
[October 21, 2008] There are many ways to protect your critical database applications in event of an unplanned outage or disaster and some of them may even help your company in other ways.
[October 3, 2008] In the first of a two-part series, we look at one of the most critical issues facing any organization: making sure database applications can be back up and running quickly in case of a disaster.
[July 16, 2008] If you're thinking about purchasing a data de-duplication solution, you need to take a hard look at the issue of data corruption.
[July 8, 2008] As another hurricane season arrives, it's a good time to remember that an imperfect disaster recovery solution is better than none.
[January 18, 2007] VMware Consolidated Backup promises to make backup easier for virtual environments, but time will tell if it lives up to that promise.
[January 2, 2007] While the promise of de-duplication is red hot, the reception for the technology has been lukewarm.
[November 10, 2006] Small businesses have much to consider if they're going to make online backup work for them.
[July 19, 2006] We've said it before and we'll say it again: backups are only as good as your ability to restore.
[June 30, 2006] When a fire disabled Fulcrum Pharma's new headquarters, the company's new wide area file system from Availl enabled business to continue as usual.
[June 14, 2006] Microsoft Exchange's commanding market share and backup issues have created fertile ground for storage vendors.
[May 26, 2006] AHC solves its branch office replication and recovery problems with help from Compellent.
[May 11, 2006] A look at how a few storage users survived last year's devastating hurricane season and what they plan to do differently this year.
[May 1, 2006] From Alberto through William, the 2006 hurricane season will soon begin. Is your business prepared?
[April 26, 2006] Vendors have made strides to address tape wind quality issues, but problems remain, not the least of which is what to do with all your old data tapes.
[April 10, 2006] Distance, both a blessing and the bane of disaster recovery sites, is no longer a factor thanks to a new breed of network appliance.
[January 18, 2006] Topio's asynchronous data replication helps ease cost and distance barriers to data protection.
[September 30, 2005] The recent devastation from Gulf Coast hurricanes raises an important question for enterprises: How far away should your disaster recovery site be?
[September 7, 2005] Storage vendors and analysts say continuous data protection technology is the future. So just what is CDP?
[August 25, 2005] Lessons learned from a lost weekend.
[August 19, 2005] In planning a backup architecture, one issue must come first.
[July 26, 2005] It's that time of year again, when hurricane season prompts organizations to make sure that their disaster recovery plans are in order. A look at how one company responded to a close call.
[May 11, 2005] Backup tape troubles are opening the door for online backup services, and SMBs and branch offices are signing on.
[July 21, 2004] In the second part of our series on disaster preparedness, Henry Newman looks at replication in HSM systems and reveals the key to long-term archiving.
[July 8, 2004] Henry Newman discusses replication and transport options for disk-based data recovery.
[January 20, 2004] Backing up ever-growing amounts of data quickly and efficiently continues to pose a problem for many IT organizations. Leslie Wood explores some new alternatives designed to help you back up more data in less time.
[January 5, 2004] Tom Clark reveals how the combination of a hard new reality and emerging IP storage technologies is forcing a fundamental reexamination of disaster recovery strategies.