What does it take to successfully build a business continuity plan? It’s not the technology.
The B-tree is an endangered species … .thank goodness.
Disaster recovery tends to become a focus during any period of economic uncertainty -- and 2008 will deliver uncertainty in spades if market pundits are correct.
There's no such thing as perfect disaster readiness, but you can still make important decisions to protect your data.
What every storage admin must ask: what must we save and where shall we save it?
Though StorHouse is principally a data warehousing system, its stronger value may be as a database archiving solution.
The need to build resilient low-cost infrastructure for hosting e-mail archives is growing fast.
In less than 18 months, perpendicular recording has gone mainstream. It is one of those little-noted technology innovations, but one that is extraordinarily important.
What happens when a major technology player seems to disappear?
As you consider your archive options, don’t count out optical.
Disaster recovery was once a one-stop proposition. No more.
We examine the approaches for business continuity and disaster recovery and what your data-driven enterprises can do to ensure better business continuity in the event of an outage
Disk-to-disk solutions are marketed as tape killers. We found one product that may actually live up to that claim.
Backups do fail. ServerGraph provides a troubleshooting tool to track down and help you solve problems.
Tape … disk … tape … disk! Round and round we go.
Proof is in the pudding….but no one seems to be in the kitchen
Bank of America's security lapse could happen to you, too
So-call regulatory compliance solutions are just data movers.