Another Look at Uninterrupted Data Access Priorities

In my last post, Priorities of Uninterrupted Data Access, I got the chance to present the results of the IDG survey that reported a sizeable difference between the 50% of executives and the close to 90% of managers’ and the directors’ concerns of the priorities of uninterrupted access to the company data. This “spread” between the percentages has left me really wondering and speculating what might be behind the different attitudes and concerns.


Veeam Starts Journey to the Cloud with Version 9

Veeam has, after what has seemed to be the longest beta program ever, released to general availability Veeam Availability Suite version 9, which includes all-new versions of Veeam Backup & Replication and Veeam ONE. Having reached the venerable version number of 9, are these …
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Software-Defined… Backup?

There are three pillars to the software-defined data centre (SDDC): software-defined compute, software-defined storage, and software-defined networking. Without any one of these three, the whole edifice of the data centre falls down. We build all three to be resilient, “designed for failure,” …
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Part II: Do Containers Change Enterprise IT?

In Part I of this series on Do Containers Change Enterprise IT, we discussed the impact of containers on security. This time, we will discuss the impact on data protection, which encompasses backup, disaster recovery, and business continuity. Since the …
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