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Why CEOs Should Care About Business Continuity

ITGCT

Most CEOs understand the importance of business continuity and data recovery. But not all business leaders have reached a level of concern sufficient to ensure reliable IT security and data protection. Business Continuity Depends on Data. Few modern organizations could operate today without their critical data, so ensuring continued access to information and applications at all times is imperative. Off-Site Backups Are Critical.

World Backup Day 2018 Data Protection Readiness Reminder

Storage IO Blog

World Backup Day 2018 Data Protection Readiness Reminder It’s that time of year again, World Backup Day 2018 Data Protection Readiness Reminder. In case you have forgotten, or were not aware, this coming Saturday March 31 is World Backup (and recovery day). The annual day is a to remember to make sure you are protecting […] The post World Backup Day 2018 Data Protection Readiness Reminder appeared first on StorageIOblog.

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Kronos Ransomware Attack Reveals How Your Customers Will React

SecureWorld News

But this week, the company announced a ransomware attack against its cloud-based services. While we are working diligently, our Kronos Private Cloud solutions are currently unavailable. Kronos ransomware attack: what about business continuity?

When Using Cloud Computing to Replicate is the Right Idea

Data Center Knowledge

Cloud Computing » Storage. Overview: When to Use Cloud Computing to Replicate. Overview: When to Use Cloud Computing to Replicate. In deploying a cloud computing model, organizations have many options. One cloud computing solution is to deploy the platform as a means for disaster recovery, business continuity, and extending the data center. With flexible “pay-as-you-grow” models, cloud computing can evolve with the needs of your business.

Cloud Computing- A Definitive Way to Amply your Business Productivity

Galido

Information Technology Blog - - Cloud Computing- A Definitive Way to Amply your Business Productivity - Information Technology Blog. In traditional business operations, if you wanted to get access to anything in your company, it had to be done through software locally installed on your computer. VPN’s and remote desktop also enable a great form of accessibility, however can be limited or inaccessible if there are restrictions or ports blocked on your network connection.

Key Windows Azure Hybrid Cloud Scenarios: Coming to a City Near YOU!

IT Pros Rock!

With Windows Azure and System Center 2012 R2, IT Pros can easily extend an on-premises network to embrace the power and scale of the cloud – securely and seamlessly. These Hybrid Cloud scenarios present real solutions that you can implement today to solve pressing IT issues such as: Managing more data without more hardware. Protecting Data with Off-site Backups. Business Continuance and Disaster Recovery. Azure Windows Azure Hybrid Cloud

Expanding the Cloud: Enabling Globally Distributed Applications and Disaster Recovery

All Things Distributed

About 5 years ago, I introduced you to AWS Availability Zones, which are distinct locations within a Region that are engineered to be insulated from failures in other Availability Zones and provide inexpensive, low latency network connectivity to other Availability Zones in the same region. In addition, they also backed up their data from the AWS Tokyo Region to AWS Singapore Region as an additional measure for business continuity.

How Your Small Business Can Leverage the Power of a Cloud Infrastructure

ITGCT

In just a few short years, the cloud infrastructure has gone from a niche form of technology that few people were using to the dominant way of doing business for companies all over the world. This has a huge number of ramifications for small businesses, in particular, all of which are changing the game in more ways than one. Better Backup and Recovery. You could also get a virus on one networked computer, potentially compromising your entire enterprise.

Continuous Monitoring – Part 2

CTOvision

I previously wrote about the various “functional areas” of continuous monitoring. According to the federal model, there are 15 functional areas comprising a comprehensive continuous monitoring solution, as shown in the graphic below: These functional areas are grouped into the following categories: Manage Assets. The process of Managing Assets includes tracking all hardware and software products (PCs, servers, network devices, storage, applications, mobile devices, etc.)

In Disaster Recovery Planning, Don't Neglect Home Site Restoration.

Data Center Knowledge

Michelle Ziperstein is the Marketing Communications Specialist at Cervalis LLC , which provides data backup and disaster recovery solutions for mission-critical data. ” When it comes to Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR), this is true in spades. For more DCK business continuity/disaster recovery articles, visit our Disaster Recovery channel. Networking. Cloud Computing. Featured Cloud Articles. About DCK. Advertise.

Military Tips On Business Resiliency

Cloud Musings

Business resiliency enables organizations that have suffered a damaging incident to bounce back to their former form. This is especially important for small and medium sized businesses because according to Tim Francis, enterprise leader for cyber insurance for Travelers, 60% of all cyberattacks in 2014 struck small to medium-sized businesses. The company was accessed through via its Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud control panel.

How EMC IT Does Storage

Chuck's Blog - EMC

I was fortunate to speak with Srinivasa Maguluri, a long-time EMCer who is a cloud architect with the team responsible for storage architecture within EMC IT.  And now the team is well into their third wave: transforming the storage environment to efficiently deliver an ever-expanding set of services the business wants to consume, on-demand and metered. Business Continuity, Backup and Data Retention. Backup.

Are Snaps Dead? - Chuck's Blog

Chuck's Blog - EMC

Why Cloud Was So Darn Confusing » April 30, 2013. No, not really -- but a surprising number of IT shops have moved beyond simple snapshots towards continuous data protection -- a DVR-like model that allows recovery to any point in time, and not just to potentially stale snapshot. Perhaps the best example of continuous data protection in today's marketplace is EMC's RecoverPoint. Digital Business Models -- Blog Resources. business analytics.