Today the hybrid cloud has become the new norm for many businesses and in this post, Mike shows you how many companies are using this technology.
Septemeber was full of Azure announcements from Ignite, Aidan breaks all the news down so that it is easier to digest.
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.
Aidan summarizes what’s been going on in Azure IaaS in August, and I’ll also discuss a few features and services that you might have missed or forgotten about.
Aidan explain’s how you can back up folders & files that have been synchronized and/or tiered to the cloud with Azure File Sync.
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?
Aidan shows you how to restore files that were synchronized to the cloud, using Azure File Sync, and backups up using Azure Backup.
This post will detail the system requirements and considerations for planning an Azure File Sync deployment.
Aidan dives into several ways that you can back up SQL Server which is running in an Azure virtual machine.
Learn about the differences in SQL Server’s disaster recovery options so that you know what options you have to prevent your next outage.
See how businesses are modernizing their IT infrastructure with HCI and the hybrid cloud to make for a more stable computing environment.
Vital steps to maintaining an effective DR plan so that you don’t find yourself in the dark during the next outage.
I don’t consider backups to be a necessity for Office 365, but ISVs continue to offer these products and customers continue to buy, so I chatted with Spanning to find out what’s happening in the Office 365 market, who’s using cloud backups, and why. We also spoke about the challenges that backup vendors continue to have in coping with some of the unique aspects of Office 365.