Remote data protection
- December 16, 2009
Data backup and recovery briefs: EMC announces new data replication support in Data Protection softw
This week's news in brief: EMC announces new data replication support in Data Protection software and PEER 1 chooses EMC Atmos as its new cloud storage service provider.
- December 14, 2009
From laptops to smartphones, not all mobile devices are created equal in the corporate data center.
- December 08, 2009
This week's news in brief: Atempo announces new for Mac OS X Snow Leopard; Novosoft releases Handy Backup, online data backup for mobile devices.
- November 30, 2009
Here's a look at the biggest data protection and backup trends in 2009 by backup and recovery guru W. Curtis Preston.
- November 18, 2009
Hewlett-Packard's Data Protector Notebook Extension uses continuous data protection to protect files on PCs, and lets users restore files without help from IT.
- November 16, 2009
Managed IT services provider Terremark Worldwide acquired DS3 DataVaulting, and plans to incorporate DS3's customer portal and managed-backup service into its product portfolio.
- November 11, 2009
This week's news in brief: DSI introduces data dedupe products; Symantec announces new backup and archiving support for Exchange 2010.
- October 16, 2009
We've compiled the latest data backup news: ProStor ships InfiniVault removable disk backup appliance for SMBs; Barracuda launches cloud-based backup service in Europe; and more.
- September 17, 2009
Hybir comes out of beta with online PC backup that uses global data deduplication at the source among all customers, along with bare-metal restores. Will customers pay extra for it?
- August 10, 2009
Data storage departments have been challenged by the daunting task of backing up growing numbers of mobile devices. Here's mobile data backup solutions for enterprises.
- July 23, 2009
The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum eliminated tape backup headaches and kept costs to a minimum by bringing in a tiered online backup service.
- July 13, 2009
Snapshots offer a point-in-time recovery ability and are widely used by storage managers. But they're so easy to make that if they're not carefully managed, they can end up taking up too much space in storage systems.
- July 06, 2009
Tape storage has been called a dying technology by many storage pundits and analysts. But tape is still alive for many SMBs and remote offices.
- July 02, 2009
In the past, CDP didn't make a large impact on data recovery and backup products, but recently has gained popularity in the backup world.
- June 24, 2009
Continuous data protection is seeing a moderate uptick in usage now that it has evolved from a standalone product to a feature of backup and replication technology.