Backup and restore
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The IT team needed a new system that would improve backup and recovery efficiency while reducing the amount of time spent on daily backups. They began by implementing VMware virtualization technology to consolidate server resources for dynamic resource sharing and high availability.
IDC analysis shows an average payback of 7 months, a 450% ROI over three years and a reduction of restore times from 17 hours to 2 hours on average.
Survey reveals that 50% of users have lost data with SSD/Flash devices.
Online data protection services in the cloud are less expensive than owning your own data protection infrastructure, provide an immediate off-site location for DR, and are inherently scalable. But how does one evaluate the relative strengths of a wide array of service offerings? What are the key criteria to look for in an online data protection solution that will provide safe, reliable, and secure backup and DR in the cloud?
SA Eagle, like all insurance companies, is dependent on its data and customer records. The company must be able to back up and restore all its data for its daily functioning, as well as to help with insurance investigations, and to meet disaster recovery regulatory requirements. But SA Eagle was having issues reliably backing up its data. It was using several different systems for overnight backups, and those backups did not always complete by morning, sometimes leaving the company without backups.
This DataFlux white paper provides practical advice that will help the reader understand the pivotal role data quality technology must play in a data migration. Five distinct implementations of data quality technology are described in detail. Each one provides clear evidence and benefits for the need to adopt the right data quality approach in data migration projects.
With more and more organizations adopting virtualization technologies, enjoying cost savings and simplified server management in datacenters, Virtual Machine (VM) backup and recovery has become a major challenge to IT administrators. This article discusses how to re-evaluate their backup strategies and provide VMs with the same safeguards as physical servers.
Businesses are not immune to disk failure. Kroll Ontrack's Adrian Briscoe suggests that when purchasing a new server think about disaster recovery measures at the same time. Reliance on DVDs and tapes for long-term archive requires understanding the value of your information stored on drives.