Recovery as a Service
Recovery as a Service (RaaS) is the process of storing and protecting data while providing standby computing capacity on demand to facilitate rapid recovery.
This back to the basics cybersecurity webinar explores the difference between BaaS and DRaaS with a bit of Veeam and Global Data Vault thrown in for good measure!
Every company large and small, no matter what they do or what services they offer, needs a DRaaS solution. It’s the insurance you don’t know you need until you need it.
What is Data Protection as a Service (DPaaS) and why do you need it? What is the difference between DPaaS, Baas and DRaaS?
Veeam® Software’s 2021 Data Protection Report covers how the historic crises of 2020 affected IT and data protection strategies. It highlights a “reality gap,” or the difference between what organizations expect from a backup solution and what it can deliver
Why BaaS when you can DRaaS? Backup as a service is not a disaster recovery solution on its own. Veeam’s Jason Buffington and Dave Russell reviewed survey research for answers.
In a crisis, when you need a fast and reliable DRaaS solution, Global Data Vault’s team of Veeam experts become an extension of your IT team.
Disaster recovery plans typically highlight five key steps for creating and maintaining a DR plan: identify, define, document, test, repeat. Click through for more.
Businesses face all types of pressure in today’s marketplace. One of the most devastating is a data loss event that can destroy a company within seconds. Malware threats are increasing at a dizzying pace, and all types of insider threats are taking the stage as the...
This disaster recovery case study recounts the critical recovery of a municipality exchange server and how Global Data Vault had them back online in a couple of hours.
This Global Data Vault webinar discusses managing the risk of data in the cloud. What do you need to know and how can you mitigate risk?
As the OVHCloud fire demonstrated, you must never assume that your business data is safe and you should always back it up offsite.
BaaS vs. DRaaS – what is the difference? Both enable third-party offsite data protection strategies but what else do you need to know?
The Veeam v11 webinar focusses on prerequisites and cautions of upgrading and the new features and what they mean for you.
Veeam Backup & Replication v11 is available! In this video, Global Data Vault’s CIO Thomas May addresses the Veeam v11 update.
Veeam Backup & Replication V11 is available! The list of new features is extensive. Here’s our pick of the new capabilities.
Not only must companies protect edge-facing and core-facing infrastructure technologies, they must protect all data at all times, and in all locations.
What are business continuity and disaster recovery and what do they look like now, in the new normal. Global Data Vault has you covered.
These are concepts of recovery time objectives (RTO) and recovery point objectives (RPO) defining the acceptable amount of time it takes to recover system operations …
Can Veeam backup physical servers? Pioneers of instant virtual machine recovery, Veeam started as a virtual-only solution but began offering agents for physical servers in 2017.
[lmt-post-modified-info] In the United States, June 1st marks the beginning of hurricane season. With everything else 2020 has given us, we hoped for a reprieve from at least one bad thing this year, however NOAA is predicting a busy season with an above-normal number...