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CD and DVD Backup Warning
Backing up your critical data on compact disc (CD) or digital versatile disc (DVD) is risky business. Disks can be easily damaged by routine use or natural

disaster backup  routine use or natural disaster, lost, or stolen. CD and DVD backups are rarely taken offsite, and are not secure, automated, or full featured. Discover 10 reasons why you need to find a better data backup solution for your business, and avoid the endless expense of backing up on CD and DVD. Read More
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New Generation of De-dupe for Green Storage Data Protection
IT managers face explosive data growth, which drives up costs for primary storage and storage for backup and disaster recovery. To help reduce costs and

disaster backup  storage for backup and disaster recovery. To help reduce costs and footprint while maximizing return on investment (ROI), a single-instance repository de-duplication tool, when integrated with a virtual tape library, could be the answer. Learn about how using this green, flexible, and scalable solution can help with your backup needs. Read More
External Drive Backup Warning
Backing up critical data on an external drive provides only minimal protection against one type of data loss: hard drive failure and nothing else. External

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HIPAA Compliance and the eSureIT Online Backup Service
The US Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996 applies to health care providers, health plans, and clearing houses that

disaster backup  have data backup plans, disaster recovery plans, and emergency mode operation plans. Fortunately, there is a way to meet these security and contingency requirements. Read More
Epicor Announces System Backup and Recovery Solution
As Superstorm Sandy battered the east coast of the US, Epicor announced a new System Backup @ Recovery solution.  The solution is designed for small and midsize

disaster backup  large companies often have disaster preparedness and recovery at the bottom of their IT initiatives. Some companies don’t develop and exercise plans until it is literally too late. As a California-based company, Epicor understands how important it is for companies to be able to quickly restore their enterprise software and get back in business after disaster strikes. This is an excellent service being provided by Epicor, and more software vendors should add such functionality to their product Read More
Managing Small Data Centers: A Short Guide to Running Secure and Resilient Data Centers for Mid-sized Businesses
To keep your growing business competitive, your data center must be secure, protected against disaster, and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. But if

disaster backup  be secure, protected against disaster, and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. But if managing IT is not your core competence, what are your options? A managed service provider (MSP) can help. Learn about the benefits of outsourcing data center management, and make sure your crucial business applications are always available when you need them. Read More
Holistic and Efficient Protection for Oracle Databases
Successful business operations hinge on a company’s ability to maintain a high level of data availability. Database applications, such as Oracle, demand

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De-duplication Minimizes Replication Bandwidth and Storage Requirements
A data de-duplication application can be an integral part of your data protection and data replication software. De-duplication technology can dramatically

disaster backup  data for more efficient disaster recovery—and how this can save bandwidth, storage resources, and overhead. Read More
Offshore Outsourcing
Offshore outsourcing of IT services drives productivity gains, delivers attractiveefficiencies in scale, cost, and time-to-market, and contributes

disaster backup  executed. Want to avoid disaster? Don’t miss our seven-point checklist for success. Read More
Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Software Evaluation Report
Content management systems enable management of an organization''s information assets such as internal documentation, records, and group collaboration. This

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eBridge
eBridge Technologies, Inc. is a web-based process automation software solutions provider. eBridge solutions automate business processes such as manufacturing

disaster backup  redundancy built-in and complete disaster recovery provided by a full fail-over data center. Read More
PegaWorld 2011 Revisited
How did Pegasystems avert disaster and become one of the fastest growing technology companies? The business process management (BPM) vendor started delivering

disaster backup  and even flirted with disaster on a couple of occasions. But then in 2005, the company caught its fourth wind and got its current Build for Change (BfC) concept right: rather than continue delivering rigid packaged suites, it began delivering applications that users could change relatively easily.   Pega BPM: The Software for Customer Centricity Let’s fast forward from that time when Pega was an obscure BPM vendor with about $100 million (USD) in revenues to 2011 when Pega is the third-fastest growing Read More
Protecting Critical Data
The first step in developing a tiered data storage strategy is to examine the types of information you store and the time required to restore the different data

disaster backup  the event of a disaster. Learn how in this white paper from Stonefly. Read More
Cloud Backup: Getting Started
One area of cloud computing that presents significant opportunity is data protection as a service. However, not every business model for data protection

disaster backup  Backup: Getting Started One area of cloud computing that presents significant opportunity is data protection as a service. However, not every business model for data protection services has an equal potential for success. This paper is intended for managed service providers (MSPs), value-added resellers (VARs), IT solution providers, and system integrators who are offering, or are interested in offering backup and recovery as a service. Read More

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