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May 14, 2015

Is DRaaS the "Cheese-Flavored Topping" of IT?

When you go to the grocery store, you can be reasonably sure of what you’re getting. In many countries, there are legal requirements for what a food must contain (or NOT contain) to be sold under a particular name. For instance, in order to call your candy “chocolate” in the US (as opposed to the…
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May 11, 2015

Backing Up 70TB to the Cloud. Challenge Accepted.

Big things come in small packages. That is especially true of location intelligence solution, TruePosition. With almost 100TB of data, much of which needed backing up to the cloud, you really wouldn’t think TruePosition was a mid-sized company with only 140 employees. “We’re an unusual company when it comes to the amount of data we…
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May 08, 2015

Disaster Recovery for Financial Firm: Recovering Missing Data

Financial institutions are under the gun to follow pretty strict backup and recovery procedures to be compliant with the Dodd-Frank Act, Sarbanes-Oxley, the MiFiD II, just to name a few industry regulations, including a mandate to hold onto data records for at least seven years. Keeping a safe and accurate record of transactions for nearly…
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May 05, 2015

Disaster Recovery as a Service in the Cloud

DRaaS is broken. That may sound a bit extreme, but the fact is that DRaaS has one job: to keep business running after a disaster while the larger recovery is in progress. From where we’re standing, it has one job, and it messed it up. Why do we think that? Let’s look at what actually…
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May 01, 2015

White Label Online Backup Solution Checklist

If white labeling is a key part of your strategy, you can brand an enterprise-grade cloud+local backup & disaster recovery (DR) solution from to call your own. While this is good news for MSPs looking for a white label online backup solution, the bigger issue has more to do with the effectiveness of the…
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