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Modernizing data protection and disaster recovery technology

Data protection and disaster recovery have changed a lot in the past few years. If it's time to update your organization's data protection and disaster recovery technologies, our guide can help.


We have never been more dependent on our data than we are today, period. Just as important, we are dependent on all of our data -- regardless of where it resides. It wasn't that many years ago that a vast majority of our business data was all conveniently stored within the data center, where full-time backup administrators ensured its protection. Those days are over. While a significant amount of data still resides within the data center, platforms are diversifying and data is starting to live outside the traditional purview of IT.

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Dealing with data growth and decentralization

Learn about the challenges associated with data protection and disaster recovery today and the technologies available to address these issues.


Modernizing data center backup and disaster recovery

Completing backups of data within a reasonable time frame has increasingly become an issue for organizations. And in the event of an outage, restores are an even bigger issue. Some organizations today are opting for alternatives to traditional backup in order to address these challenges. Continue Reading


Dealing with endpoint data protection challenges

Today's workforce is increasingly mobile and BYOD has taken hold in many organizations. The use of a variety of devices not directly connected to a local network is a challenge for IT staffs tasked with protecting data on those devices. Learn about what's available today to address these challenges. Continue Reading


How cloud disaster recovery fits into IT modernization

This piece looks at how the cloud factors into disaster recovery planning today with information about "recovery-in-place" technologies, as well as data protection for critical data created in the cloud. Continue Reading

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