Businesses of today require continuous access to mission-critical information in order to survive in an economy that relies on the almost instantaneous availability of data and information.
Do you know how much an hour of downtime would cost your business? The loss of access to a CRM or emails for even just an hour can have lasting financial impacts on the business, and being unable to quantify these costs is a serious problem.
Enterprise backup solutions cost time money and effort to implement, manage and run, and their true value is only realised in the moment they are needed.
IT budgets are often one of the first to face cut-backs and when under pressure, something has to give. For many, the processes of reviewing and testing of the data backup and disaster recovery solution is one of the first to go.
A data backup and disaster recovery solution is a huge investment, but so many fall into the trap of implementing the system, creating plans and then stopping. With so much already invested, a failure at this point often has critical consequences across the entirety of an organisation....
Companies are increasingly using virtualisation technology to run multiple virtual machines on a single physical machine. Server consolidation has been noted as having the greatest influence on the shift; a typical non-virtualised application server may just reach 5% to 10% utilisation while a...