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Why keeping systems online is about more than just dollars and cents
"The ability to recover IT systems quickly has become one of the most important concerns for businesses in New Zealand."
Veritas Backup Exec certified for Microsoft Azure and Windows Server 2019
“Veritas and Microsoft are working together so that customers can protect their critical business applications across the cloud."
Social media can improve lives after a disaster
"It’s created a community of people who feel more connected, more accepted and more informed."
How to make sure your disaster recovery assessment is effective
"Business continuity is one of the most important aspects of modern business, and it will become more so as digital infrastructures become increasingly complex."
Cloud provider fully integrates console with Veeam Suite
A global provider of cloud services, iland, has updated its management console to integrate Veeam’s full Availability Suite into the offering.
Expert asserts BaaS ‘critical for data centre security’
In an IT world clogged with acronyms, Comport says there is one that many data centres are failing to properly implement.
How an internal chatbot can streamline a business
“Chatbots are relatively low maintenance and help business users gain more control and ensure operations and support teams are more productive.”
Brekeke announces improved disaster recovery processes
"Our failover system has been good in versions before v3.9, but we wanted to offer the best for our customers."
Commvault fully integrates backup with Cisco Hyperflex
Its IntelliSnap technology has been validated to work with Cisco HyperFlex hyper-converged systems without the need for third-party tools.
Datto names new CEO as founder steps back
Austin McChord continues as a board member as the former president and COO takes over as CEO.
Remember ransomware? The threat is still very real
“In a nutshell, cybercriminals are less focused on volume and more focused on value."
Amazon rumoured to buy Israel DR firm CloudEndure
While neither company has confirmed or denied the rumours, they come less than a month after IT services provider Infosys announced that it was planning to divest $15.3 million worth of shares.
Who's going to dominate the disaster recovery as-a-service market through to 2028?
The DRaaS market is expected to register a global CAGR of 38.5% up to 2028.
Disaster recovery plans: More than just backing up to tape
Downtime isn’t just limited to a power outage - sometimes it could be a natural disaster like Brisbane's widespread flooding in 2011; other times it’s because of a cyber attack.
ExaGrid gears up for another year of 'excellent' growth
ExaGrid’s efforts to provide intelligent hyperconverged storage for backup has netted the company a 20% revenue growth between 2017 and 2018.
Lynx and Teledyne e2v reduce time & risk for safety certifiable PowerPC system development
The new development platform is designed to reduce risk and time needed to certify safety-critical power applications.
Scale Computing expands edge solution to Australia
“Building our presence in Australia is a true testament to the global need for intelligent edge computing."
Oracle announces a new set of cloud-native managed services
"Developers should have the flexibility to build and deploy their applications anywhere they choose without the threat of cloud vendor lock-in.”
How McAfee aims to curb enterprise data loss
McAfee DLP aims to help safeguard intellectual property and ensure compliance by protecting sensitive data.
How AT&T aims to help businesses recover faster from a disaster
"Companies need to be able to recover and continue operations ASAP, without pulling resources from other places to get back up and running."
How your enterprise backup solution could fail
Even the best-trained employees are prone to error, and unfortunately, sometimes those errors affect enterprise backups.
What to think about when planning IT infrastructure in schools
An expert with a history of builiding successful IT infrastructure for the unique education sector shares their advice for getting it right.
Why there will be a battle for the cloud in 2019
Cloud providers such as AWS, Azure, and Google will likely find themselves in a mad scramble to gain additional enterprise customers.
Dell EMC embeds security in latest servers
Dell EMC's 14th generation of PowerEdge servers has comprehensive management tools to provide security across hardware and firmware.