An inside look at changes in the disaster recovery planning process and CA's goals in developing decision support products.
Tape continues to deliver reliability, flexibility, and sound support of a multilayer data protection strategy.
Here are four steps you need to take to ensure your data is safe and recoverable when you use a software-as-a-service provider.
These best practices will help you get the maximum return from your storage budget while streamlining the overall performance and reliability of your IT infrastructure.
Backup is a necessary evil whose hard costs (including disk, bandwidth, and software) are easy to calculate. Beware these three not-so-obvious costs that can cost IT thousands of dollars.
Continuity planning has significant value to offer besides risk reduction; sadly, the benefits are rarely talked about.
Tape plays a continuing role in meeting the storage challenge.
Here's a simple solution to the disk vs. tape debate: use the technologies together and get the best of both worlds.
Storage buyers have been conditioned to look for ever-greater "value." We explain why this behavior is so risky.
Data protection budgets are in trouble because executives are getting the wrong pitch from storage pros.
De-duplication may seem like a way to go cheap on DR, but it can yield some expensive consequences.
Promises comes and go. A few have morphed into something different.
If you want to economize on storage for the massive amount of data you're accumulating, the choice is clear: tape.
Green alone isn’'t going to sell archive. Recognition of fundamental data differences must make the case.
How prepared are you for a disaster?
During a regional disaster, a large company will quickly discover that the damage to small firms in the area can dramatically reduce its own recovery
How many shops are really using server virtualization?
Why a new technology -- Intelligent Storage Element -- has our storage analyst raving
Tape issues are the result of personnel errors and processes, not of the technology itself.
What does it take to successfully build a business continuity plan? It’s not the technology.