Security is a looming issue for businesses. The threat landscape is increasing, and attacks are becoming more sophisticated. Emerging technologies like IoT, mobility, and hybrid IT environments now open new business opportunity, but they also introduce new risk. Protecting servers at the software level is no longer enough. Businesses need to reach down into the physical system level to stay ahead of threats. With today’s increasing regulatory landscape, compliance is more critical for both increasing security and reducing the cost of compliance failures. With these pieces being so critical, it is important to bring new levels of hardware protection and drive security all the way down to the supply chain level. Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has a strategy to deliver this through its unique server firmware protection, detection, and recovery capabilities, as well as its HPE Security Assurance.
Published By: Veritas
Published Date: Sep 30, 2016
This paper summarizes the trends that have made modernizing backup and recovery an urgent priority, the key requirements for solution offerings, and the unique capabilities of Veritas NetBackup™ Appliances in delivering a simple, complete, and cost-effective solution.
Published By: Veritas
Published Date: Sep 30, 2016
This paper provides a structured approach to assessing the advantages of the appliance model. It summarizes the trends that have made modernizing backup and recovery an urgent priority, the key requirements for solution offerings, and the unique capabilities of Veritas NetBackup™ Appliances in delivering a simple, complete, and cost-effective solution.
When it comes to effectively and efficiently protecting growing volumes of data, midsized organizations face unique
challenges. That is because they live in a world of constraints that are both operational and budgetary in nature. Cloud
disaster recovery offers new options for these organizations—they can optimize their data protection economics by
integrating on-premises protection solutions with cloud-based backup and recovery methods. Dell EMC’s cloud-ready
solutions, particularly its Integrated Data Protection Appliances with native cloud extension capabilities, along with its Data
Protection Software working in conjunction with its Data Domain backup storage appliances, provide cloud disaster
recovery with flexible features. These solutions enhance operational efficiency and provide midsized organizations with
clear economic and operational benefits.
Security is a looming issue for organizations. The threat landscape is increasing, and attacks are becoming more sophisticated. Emerging technologies like IoT, mobility, and hybrid IT environments now open new organization opportunity, but they also introduce new risk. Protecting servers at the software level is no longer enough. Organizations need to reach down into the physical system level to stay ahead of threats. With today’s increasing regulatory landscape, compliance is more critical for both increasing security and reducing the cost of compliance failures. With these pieces being so critical, it is important to bring new levels of hardware protection and drive security all the way down to the supply chain level. Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has a strategy to deliver this through its unique server firmware protection, detection, and recovery capabilities, as well as its HPE Security Assurance.
Published By: Commvault
Published Date: Jul 06, 2016
Around-the-clock global operations, data growth, and server virtualization all together can complicate protection and recovery strategies. They affect when and how often you can perform backups, increase the time required to back up, and ultimately affect your ability to successfully restore. These challenges can force lower standards for recovery objectives, such as reducing the frequency of backup jobs or protecting fewer applications, both of which can introduce risk. High-speed snapshot technologies and application integration can go a long way toward meeting these needs, and they have quickly become essential elements of a complete protection strategy. But snapshot copies have often been managed separately from traditional backup processes. Features like cataloging for search and retrieval as well as tape creation usually require separate management and do not fully leverage snapshot capabilities. To eliminate complexity and accelerate protection and recovery, you need a solution
Published By: Evariant
Published Date: Apr 03, 2017
Health systems must capitalize on every patient and consumer interaction—from fielding the first inquiry to actively supporting proactive health, ongoing care, and recovery—to achieve a “trusted provider” status in the eyes of consumers and patients. Yet, the majority of call centers today do not deliver the robust, personalized support capabilities today’s patients and consumers expect, and the current healthcare marketing environment demands.
Download your free copy of this eBook to learn why sophisticated health systems are transforming yesterday’s call center into tomorrow’s engagement center.
Published By: B Channels
Published Date: Dec 03, 2018
Long recognized as the market share leader of enterprise backup and recovery software, Veritas NetBackup™ is built to protect the largest and most demanding multi-cloud and data center environments. NetBackup delivers breakthrough capabilities for virtualized and cloud-based deployments that go well beyond what traditional backup practices can achieve.
"Many large enterprises struggle to decide which workloads and systems should be deployed in the public cloud versus on premise. With a strong on-premises platform in place, organizations benefit from increased reliability, speed, and security. On the other hand, by leveraging the public cloud, they gain increased flexibility and recovery capabilities. So, what goes best where?
Jim Rapoza, Senior Research Analysts at Aberdeen Group and Chuck Hollis, Senior VP at Oracle, will provide guidance aimed at helping organizations choose the right platforms for their critical workloads. They will analyze how Best-in-Class enterprises effectively integrate on-premises solutions and the public cloud, and recommend steps that businesses can take to become IT infrastructure leaders."
Published By: Carbonite
Published Date: Oct 12, 2017
There are five essential pieces to a sound backup and disaster recovery (BDR) plan, and IT pros who follow these steps are able to feel confident in their long-term organizational plan. Read this expert guide from Ben Maas, an independent consultant and system architect who has guided many companies through BDR deployments, to learn these five fundamentals. Understand how to size your environment, evaluate your BDR capabilities, and test your system for any surprises.
VMware vCloud® Air™ Disaster Recovery introduces native cloud-based disaster recovery capabilities for VMware vSphere® virtual environments. Built on VMware’s hypervisor-based replication engine, vSphere Replication, and integration support with vCloud Air, it provides simple and secure asynchronous replication and failover. Consider these top five reasons why you should look to the cloud for your disaster recovery needs.
Oracle Engineered Systems are architected to work as a unified whole, so organizations can hit the ground running after deployment. Organizations choose how they want to consume the infrastructure: on-premises, in a public cloud, or in a public cloud located inside the customer’s data center and behind their firewall using Oracle’s “Cloud at Customer” offering. Oracle Exadata and Zero Data Loss Recovery Appliance (Recovery Appliance) offer an attractive alternative to do-it-yourself deployments. Together, they provide an architecture designed for scalability, simplified management, improved cost of ownership, reduced downtime, zero-data loss, and an increased ability to keep software updated with security and patching.
Download this whitepaper to discover ten capabilities to consider for protecting your Oracle Database Environments.
There is no doubt that customers want to protect their environment against unplanned downtime. But what happens when disasters do occur? Download this webinar for a deep dive into the VMware Cloud on AWS Disaster Recovery (DR) use case.
Experts from VMware and AWS jointly discuss the disaster recovery challenges that customers often face and detail how you can leverage VMware Cloud on AWS to overcome them. See demos of how you can use VMware Cloud on AWS for your DR scenario and hear from current customers.
Download our webinar to learn
The benefits of Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS), delivering on-site protection
How automated orchestration accelerates failover and failback capabilities
The ways DRaaS simplifies and modernizes your existing DR solutions
What VMware Cloud on AWS DRaaS does to help reduce costs, simplify operations, and quicken recovery times
Listen to the recording, "CDPS Analyst Interview with John Webster of Illuminata," to see how the IBM Comprehensive Data Protection Express solution addresses the needs of midmarket companies that don't have adequate backup and recovery capabilities for their critical data.
IT managers have indicated their two most significant challenges associated with managing unstructured data at multiple locations were keeping pace with data growth and improving data protection. Learn how the NetApp Distributed Content Repository provides advanced data protection and system recovery capabilities that can enable multiple data centers and remote offices to maintain access to data through hardware and software faults.
This report describes how improving the efficiency of data storage, deduplication solutions has enabled organizations to cost-justify the increased use of disk for backup and recovery. However, the changing demands on IT storage infrastructures have begun to strain the capabilities of initial deduplication products. To meet these demands, a new generation of deduplication solutions is emerging which scale easily, offer improved performance and availability and simplify management and integration within the IT storage infrastructure. HP refers to this new generation as "Deduplication 2.0.
Read the case study “A broadband company streamlines its recovery processes with IBM Cloud” to learn how IBM service teams used cloud-based technology to help the company develop an innovative and proven cloud computing solution for its backup and recovery environment. IBM’s turnkey solution helped the company improve protection, recovery, performance and scalability within its disaster recovery processes, and maximize backup performance and disaster recovery capabilities.
This Forrester Technology Adoption Profile (TAP) shows how growth in mission-critical applications is driving disaster recovery initiatives, enhanced disaster recovery capabilities shorten recovery objectives and the future of disaster recovery rests with advanced continuity tools. To learn more, download your copy of this informative Forrester TAP today.
"MVP ASSET IN STORAGE CAMPAIGN
• HPE enhanced the perception of SimpliVity's supportability and stability by leveraging the global go-to-market reach and capabilities of HPE and its channel partners.
• SimpliVity delivers robust data services, such as in-line global compression and deduplication combined with an integrated backup solution and rapid disaster recovery capabilities for operational simplicity and cost reduction.
• The HPE ProLiant DL380 installed base and global market acceptance make SimpliVity one of the top choices as an HCI platform for existing HPE customers."
Read this eBook to get insight on the essential elements of a modernized B2B integration architecture. Companies need a strategy as they think about modernizing their B2B integration capabilities. This eBook describes what to look for and how IBM can help.
You’ll learn about:
· Operating a single, secure B2B integration gateway
· Simplified onboarding and partner management.
· High availability business operations and disaster recovery
· Adaptable capabilities to help react to changes to your business processes
· Visibility and analytics that provide actionable insight over those processes
· Supporting a mix of hybrid deployment models including on-premises and cloud
It appears that agility and efficiency are coveted by basically everyone involved in protecting and managing data- especially those people struggling to simultaneously keep up with sprawl and meet ever-heightening expectations. One answer to these storage-related challenges centers on introducing a software-defined layer that abstracts and normalizes underlying storage repositories while still enabling already-deployed best of breed componentry to do what it does best.
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