Acronis says legacy backup solutions don't cut it in the new-age enterprise world, where data and other assets are digitized and spread over complex environments that include physical and virtual systems hosted on-premises, in the cloud or across myriad mobile devices.
Data backup should be as important to your business as an insurance policy. It is crucial to find a method that protects every level of your data.
Scalability is a must-have for 2013 as data growth fueled by Cloud, Big Data push backup technology to the breaking point.
Your business continuity plan must focus on three elements: people, infrastructure, and processes.
EMC's DLm 8000 is its brawniest ever mainframe (virtual) tape library.
The key to protecting enterprise assets is to start with the right objective. We explore five steps you can take to shift your focus and tackle a new backup/recovery reality.
In the 1990s, tape fell out of favor, but on the 60th anniversary of this technology, it's finding a reversal of fortune.
These steps will help you begin building and executing a defensible deletion strategy.
Cloud storage is taking off, but when it comes to online backups, IT still has concerns.
Follow these steps and you'll better understand the current state of your enterprise archive.
Can a law firm make a smooth transition to a storage cloud while meeting security and resource requirements?
These three rules of thumb will help you avoid the risk of keeping corporate data forever (and ever).
Tech advances are changing how physical documents are securely stored and recalled. We explore the latest trends and issues affecting document storage, including compliance, natural disasters, and data recovery.
Why backup software, as we know it, is dead and how virtualization is a game-changer.
Over the years, IT has built up a collection of tapes, especially for backup. The problem is -- what's on all those tapes?
Confusion about the trends and changes in virtualized backup poses a real threat to IT managers. Fortunately, the future is less hazy than it seems.
Backing up everything isn't just wasteful and expensive -- data that "lives forever" exposes your enterprise to additional risks. We explain a smarter, safer, and less expensive approach to disaster recovery.
When you're shopping for backup appliances, keep these four scalability parameters in mind.
Not all backup appliances -- enterprise or small office -- are the same. Use these parameters to help decide which one best meets the needs of your enterprise.
How serious is EMC about competing in the mainframe tape space? Take a look at the latest release of its Disk Library for mainframe to see how the company is upping the ante.