Data Replication refers to a data storage and backup strategy that copies data from a host computer to another computer, which may or may not be at a remote location. Replication over a computer network can make data backup entirely independent of local data center physical storage.
In this white paper, we’ll explore the difference between two different approaches and highlight where and how dedicated servers can not only give you better performance, reliability, control and security, but can be just as attractive as cloud in terms of both flexibility and cost efficiency.
Learn how a Cloudant account can be hosted within a multi-tenant Cloudant cluster, or on a single-tenant cluster running on dedicated hardware hosted within a top-tier cloud provider like Rackspace or IBM SoftLayer.
Mimecast commissioned Forrester Consulting to examine the total economic impact and potential return on investment (ROI) global enterprises may realize by using Mimecast’s Unified Email Management (UEM) solution. The purpose of this study is to provide readers with a framework to evaluate the potential financial impact of the full Mimecast UEM service on their organizations. Mimecast UEM is a suite of email security, archiving, and continuity services, which can also be purchased separately if required.
Discover how to accelerate database performance, handle change and growth in scalable, incremental steps, and deliver mission-critical data availability and protection with this unique commercial solution.
In this paper, we highlight the features necessary to move beyond server virtualization by leveraging key integration capabilities between IT components, with a particular focus on the role that storage plays in the evolution of the data center.
When faced with their EqualLogic replication not completing due to limited WAN bandwidth and consistently missing their RPO, ZLTO needed a solution. Learn how Silver Peak’s virtual appliances reduced their bandwidth used for replication by 86%.
Learn best practices for guarding your endpoint corporate data so you can mitigate the risk of regulatory and financial exposure, and more.
This white paper explores:
. Defining security policies for endpoint backup and recovery
. Enforcing endpoint controls
. Ensuring employee adoption
. Keeping IT costs in check
Go hybrid and get the best of both data protection worlds. Cloud-connected backup and recovery seamlessly combines cloud-based and onsite data protection technologies for fast, local restores and ensured, offsite disaster recovery.
Read the white paper to:
. Discover the benefits of transitioning from tape to disk
. Learn how to get shorter backup windows and faster recovery times
. Ensure your data is totally secure and easily recovered
Florida Hospital performs recovery tests twice a year, recovering more than 100 applications. The healthcare organization needed a recovery strategy that improved communication and efficiency, managed a complex change control process, and that would keep staff at home during a disaster.
With the Managed Recovery Program, SunGard is Florida Hospital's recovery team, ensuring recovery configurations keep pace with production changes, managing recovery test execution, and providing a single point of contact for the complete recovery program.
This DCIG report details how HP 3PAR F-class midrange arrays provide enhanced levels of VMware integration and optimized virtual machine density so users experience levels of VMware efficiency, performance and visibility well beyond what other midrange arrays natively provide.
The report outlines the benefits of using HP StoreOnce with NetBackup's integrated Network Data Management Protocol (NDMP) backup capabilities to enhance administrators' abilities to effectively manage NDMP-enabled NAS server backup and recovery.
Evaluator Group worked with HP to access the features, performance and enterprise capabilities of the HP StoreOnce B6200 Backup system. HP labs and equipment were utilized, with testing under the direction of on-site Evaluator Group personnel. Testing focused on validating high availability features, performance, and application integration.
Risk-averse distributors may feel that the safest and simplest IT strategy is to stay with their existing "homegrown" enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution. But just as sticking your money under the mattress offers no protection against inflation, maintaining an outdated system can rob you of a distinct competitive advantage.
Modern ERP systems offer so much more in terms of data access, technology advances, and standard operating procedures. And obtaining a solution from a leading ERP provider ensures that industry best practices and the experiences of other distributors and end users have been built in.
Check out this new paper and learn more about the advantages of an integrated ERP over your homegrown system.
There are a wide variety of video platforms available, each offering a plethora of features. How do you decide which features you need and the features you don't need? In this paper you will receive ten tips and suggestions on how to make the correct choice for all of your online video platform needs.
Moving an organization's critical data from a legacy system promises numerous benefits, but only if the migration is handled correctly. In practice, it takes an understanding of the entire ERP data lifecycle combined with industry-specific experience, knowledge, and skills to drive the process through the required steps accurately, efficiently, and in the right order. Read this white paper to learn more.
Today, as IT departments struggle to design and implement solutions capable of managing exponential data growth with strict requirements for application scale and performance, many
of them are turning to in-memory data grids (IMDGs).
SOA implementations tend to be complex, IT decision makers should carefully consider their choice of a SOA platform in terms of its ability to simplify the fundamental development, deployment, and management tasks involved. Read on.