Backup

Next Level Backup Protection

Next Level Backup Protection

Next Level Backup Protection Physical and logical security are two important factors when considering backup files. Modern restore capabilities allow for entire virtual machines and systems to be brought back online from a backup very quickly,...

Cloud Mobility – Buzz Words or Pain Point?

Cloud Mobility – Buzz Words or Pain Point?

Cloud Mobility – Buzz Words or Pain Point?Do an internet search on “cloud mobility,” and you will get a TON of results.  The definition(s) can be confusing, but basically it describes the ability to avoid locking in workloads to a specific cloud vendor. ...

The Air Gap Controversy

The Air Gap Controversy

The Air Gap Controversy In a previous blog post, we talked about the 3-2-1-1 data protection concept as well as “air gaps.” We’ve also discovered that viruses can corrupt files that are written to air-gapped technologies, such as tape, rendering them useless, and the...

Adding an Air Gap to the 3-2-1 Backup Rule

Adding an Air Gap to the 3-2-1 Backup Rule

It’s not a matter of IF your business will succumb to hackers, a natural disaster, employee theft or other mismanagement of data. It’s a matter of WHEN. Naturally, it’s become common practice to keep safe backups of anything business essential, but how companies keep those backups varies considerably.

Bandwidth – How Much is Enough?

Bandwidth – How Much is Enough?

Bandwidth - How Much is Enough? Knowing and planning for an appropriate level of bandwidth is a key component of every DRaaS solution. In our most common DRaaS implementation, the data is moved from local repositories at the customer site over the internet or WAN to...