There’s no doubt that building disaster recovery (DR) plans for your organization can be tough. There are an amazing number of factors that you have to consider, plan for, and purchase.
If you are running Windows Server 2016, you already have a robust set of DR tools at your disposal but the question is, are you utilizing them?
We are all familiar with the 3-2-1 data recovery rule but as the technology modernizing, it’s time to modernize how we think about data storage.
Learn about the differences in SQL Server’s disaster recovery options so that you know what options you have to prevent your next outage.
Amazon recently announced several updates to the AWS Storage Gateway service. This is a product that was designed to serve as an interface between on-site and AWS cloud storage.
Google recently introduced the Firestore Security Rules Simulator – a new tool that developers and administrators can use to write and test security rules for Google’s Cloud Firestore database in a quick and efficient manner.
Vital steps to maintaining an effective DR plan so that you don’t find yourself in the dark during the next outage.
Building in disaster recovery protection from ransomware is a key step to making sure that when, not if, your company is impacted by these viruses that you remain protected.
Google recently announced that the beta of its Cloud Memorystore service is now available to the general public.
On this episode of the Petri Dish, we sit down with industry veteran Dave Russell about how tape is still relevant and it’s not all that different than the cloud.
On this episode of the Petri Dish, we sit down with Danny Allan to talk about how AI is going to change how you backup your data.
On this episode of the Petri Dish, we sit down with Jeff Crum, Director, Product Marketing at Veeam Software at Veeam, on the challenges of marketing an enterprise-grade software product.
On this episode of the Petri Dish, we sit down with the crew from SoftNAS to learn how their software breaks the mold of the conventional NAS.