Remote data protection
- March 14, 2008
Although it's possible to talk rationally about the risk of data loss -- and the ways to mitigate that risk -- it's a discussion that's often tinged with emotion.
- October 03, 2007
SunGard is offering email archiving and DR with Web access, and Yosemite plans SaaS backup for laptops. Meanwhile, EMC and Symantec are conspicuously absent from the SaaS party.
- September 05, 2007
With more critical business data residing outside the primary corporate data center, storage administrators must protect that data without impairing productivity. Moving data from remote sites or users to a central location requires an understanding...
- February 20, 2007
Double-Take announced that a new version of its software, which replicates virtual servers at the ESX level, is now generally available.
- October 09, 2006
Copier giant Ricoh is checking out Riverbed's wide area data services product to back up 100 remote offices across its WAN.
- September 05, 2006
Months late, Cisco has finally released a combined WAN optimization and WAFS product, while startups like Riverbed have been snapping up the customers. But some Cisco beta testers say it has been worth the wait.
- August 30, 2006
SMBs should think hard about how to protect their data and rely on trusted partners to help with buying decisions, says the vice president of business continuity at SonicWall.
- August 29, 2006
Riverbed announced a package of hardware and software updates, which some customers say they've been waiting for.
- August 23, 2006
Users of Tacit and Riverbed products discuss the technical pros and cons, while Brocade keeps mum about which WAFS partner it will stick with after acquiring McData.
- June 28, 2006
France's third-largest bank is expected to save 50% on WAN costs by centralizing its data.
- June 19, 2006
Arun Taneja addresses the revolution of remote offices and how and why you should keep a close eye on them.
- May 04, 2006
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- March 14, 2006
First Independent Bank struggled for eight months to get EMC's MirrorView to work over a low-bandwidth connection, eventually giving up and using Kashya instead.
- March 08, 2006
In the U.K., Fulcrum Pharma kept its users online and accessing files during a catastrophic oil refinery fire by using Availl's WAFS software.