July 2009- This report discusses how remote data backups can be administered to be compliant with almost any international, federal, or state data protection regulation. The discussion is presented by BizDomainStore.com.
July 2009- If you rely on a database to conduct your daily business, you need an offsite backup solution that's secure, automatic, and reliable. This whitepaper discussing why an offsite backup solution is needed for your online database.
July 2009- Notebook computers are a perfect tool for busy, on-the-go executives -- they are powerful, compact, and portable. But those same attributes make them vulnerable to a variety of data loss risks. This white paper provides information on data loss statistics and how to protect your laptop data.
July 2009- This BizDomainStore.com report discusses the regulations of Sarbanes-Oxley data compliance. Which SarBox regulations effect data backup, and how does Remote Data Backups help you comply?
July 2009- This white paper from BizDomainStore.com provides information on the statistics of e-mail data loss and its effects. E-mail is an extremely vulnerable target for hackers, viruses, data corruption, spammers, spybots, and phishing scams.
July 1985- SysTrust is an assurance service developed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants (CICA). This report from BizDomainStore.com discusses how our Systrust Certified technology provides assurance to a broad audience.
July 2009- Tape drives are expensive, time-consuming and unreliable. This BizDomainStore.com white paper discusses the disadvantages and unreliabilty of tape backups.
July 2009- Remote Data Backup is inexpensive, convenient, secure, and full-featured, according to BizDomainStore.com. This white paper discussing the top 10 essentials needed in an online backup solution.
June 2008- Learn the lessons of online backup direct from the support desk. Get the truth behind myths and common misconceptions about data backup that persist to this day. This is a quick, to-the-point report.
January 2007- Almost all data resides on hard drives. The lowly hard drive does almost everything well. It's good, fast, and cheap for nearly all scenarios wherever data is stored. Standard hard drives are not disaster proof. ioSafe waterproof and fireproof hard drives offer a solution to that problem.
April 2007- There is a growing dichotomy in the enterprise IT environment. It is the age-old struggle between providing customers the best possible service --which translates directly into revenue--and keeping costs at a minimum. Technology has only made these issues more exciting and more complicated. Virtualization striping allows enterprises to gain the advantages of CPU optimization, server consolidation, and first-level failover strategy. Virtualization and clustering technologies are more closely aligned than you think.
February 2009- A perfect storm of expanding data volumes, rising cost pressures, demanding recovery and compliance objectives, and infrastructure complexity is focusing new attention on data protection. Fortunately, next-generation backup, recovery, and archiving technologies are helping to address these issues, while significantly reducing costs, improving energy efficiency, and simplifying and automating operational control. Yet interdependency and overlap among these new and emerging hardware and software technologies require an integrated approach that goes beyond fragmented, point and product-based ...
October 2008- Microsoft Exchange is often the single most important application for the businesses that use it. Should Exchange or Exchange data be unavailable, the entire organization comes to a halt, at least temporarily, until adjustments are made. A consistent method of validating the recoverability of Exchange is paramount to any everyday or disaster recovery plan.
October 2008- Avoiding an Exchange outage requires a well thought out disaster recovery (DR) plan. One that is positioned to subvert disasters in the first place, but also reduce their severity (length and data loss). Here then, are 11 Myths about Microsoft Exchange Disaster Recovery and how we can overcome them with careful planning and the right toolsets.
February 2009- Windows Server applications are often mission-critical. The impact of natural, random and manmade disasters on these applications, especially e-mail, and their subsequent disruption can cripple an organization. This white paper from AppAssure Software offers advice for protecting your existing Windows Server infrastructure from disruptive application outages.
August 2008- Messaging has rapidly become the one, true business critical application in use today by many, probably most, enterprises. Even more so than Enterprise Resource Planning or other cross-business applications, any failure in the messaging system is noticed by, and affects everyone. Learn how to proactively approach disaster recovery for Microsoft Exchange.
April 2008- Disaster recovery for small and midsize enterprises involves a nine-step planning process and flexibility.
April 2008- In this presentation focusing on software as a service, THINKstrategies says the added value of SaaS communities includes: practical best practices forums; continuous updates and new ideas; dynamic toolkit clearinghouses; real-time, aggregated data; and meaningful benchmark studies.
January 2009- Small and medium businesses (SMBs) face challenges and tradeoffs when implementing disaster recovery programs. Traditional solutions have been costly and complex, forcing organizations to accept lower levels of protection for all but a few key applications. Discover how VMware solutions enable SMBs to extend disaster coverage beyond simple backups, providing high availability to more applications while reducing the recovery time and making processes more reliable.
December 2008- To meet the needs of a continually shifting business landscape, today's messaging environments must also be highly available, flexible, and cost efficient. Discover how using VMware Infrastructure 3 as the preferred platform for Exchange 2007 can help you better align your messaging environment to your business goals. Learn about the benefits of virtualizing Exchange in test and development, non-Mailbox Exchange 2007 server roles, Exchange 2007 Disaster Recovery servers and full virtualization of all Exchange servers.
Implementing disaster recovery plans for important IT services is a requirement, but most organizations find themselves unable to implement a disaster recovery plan that fully meets their needs for more than a select few applications because of cost and complexity issues.
VMware virtualization software delivers unique capabilities that enable organizations to deliver disaster recovery solutions that provide improved protection across a far greater set of IT services while reducing the cost and complexity ...
October 2008- TeamQuest Model streamlines the process of predicting the effect of cross-platform migrations. Thorough capacity planning exercises require the evaluation of alternative configuration, and a good capacity planning tool makes it quick and easy to evaluate alternatives.
November 2008- It's a hostile world for IT equipment, and businesses of all sizes are at risk. Business continuity demands that you protect your IT infrastructure from the hidden threats of the typical facility environment. Discover the 10 best ways to reduce costs while protecting your critical business systems.
Demands for storage capacity have been exponentially increasing across multiple
industries, and IT departments are too rapidly reacting to these demands—purchasing hardware and software before assessing what they actually need.
While IT departments will likely need to invest in some additional storage during this time, it is critical they first get a real handle on the storage assets that they already have before engaging in reactive spending. In far too many cases, ...
June 2008- This white paper analyzes the various causes of data loss, estimates the costs of each incident and suggests several strategies for responding to a hard drive failure.
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