An effective DR plan has a big ROI in a number of different ways but only if you construct it correctly.
The hybrid cloud has a lot to offer and here are the five biggest benefits of the new hybrid environments.
Learn about the essential elements for building a DR that works for your environment and all types of scenarios.
Microsoft announced several improvements to its cloud-based disaster recovery service, Azure Site Recovery at Ignite 2017.
I have known about Azure File Sync for quite a while under NDA and have been itching to start talking about it. It’s a killer service that an incredible number of businesses could benefit from.
Michael Otey talks about avoiding the five biggest disaster recovery mistakes.
Today, many businesses are in the process of looking for ways to leverage the hybrid cloud for high availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR). Find out how SQL Server’s AlwaysOn Availability Groups provide protection for multiple user databases.
Michael Otey discusses Hyper-V Replica as an option for protecting business-critical virtual machines from site or system outages.
Aidan Finn discusses how to enable disaster recovery replication of Azure virtual machines from one region to another region, which will enable your services to survive a massive outage in an Azure data center or region.
Replication is one of the fastest and most effective high availability technologies for protecting and quickly restoring VMs in the event of a site or system failure. Find out how virtual machine replicas enable you to minimize downtime.
Aidan Finn explains how a new preview feature, Azure Site Recovery for Azure Virtual Machines, can provide disaster recovery services for virtual machines that are running in Azure.
When you’re creating a disaster recovery strategy for your business, there are two main criteria that you need to consider: your Restore Point Objectives and your Restore Time Objectives. Take a look at how your RPOs and RTOs affect your DR strategies.
Building and testing Disaster Recovery (DR) plans isn’t anyone’s favorite activity, but it is very important. Find out how to get started building a new DR plan or revamping an existing one.