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Published By: SEPATON     Published Date: Mar 11, 2008
Is backup and recovery unnecessarily draining your budget and resources? This report measures the TCO of an enterprise environment using various data protection models, including tape, virtual tape library, and data deduplication solutions.  Learn how each stacks up in this comparative report.
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backup, data deduplication, deduplication, sepaton, tco
    
SEPATON
Published By: Microsoft Exchange     Published Date: Oct 02, 2008
Today’s business requirements—such as security, disaster recovery, and mobility—are more extensive than ever before. To meet these requirements, Microsoft® Exchange has extended its reach beyond simple e-mail to increase user productivity and keep information close at hand, while being flexible enough to meet your organization’s administrative model.
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microsoft exchange, exchange, productivity, microsoft, exchange server
    
Microsoft Exchange
Published By: Evident.io     Published Date: Nov 19, 2015
Collaboration services, email, managed services, and backups and disaster recovery are the most common current use cases for cloud services, according to the results of a new SANS survey on cloud security. The 485 IT professionals who participated in the survey reported using a variety of cloud providers and service models, including software-as-aservice (SaaS) cloud offerings, along with a fairly even mix of infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) and platform-as-a-service (PaaS) implementations. Most respondents said they are investing in both public and private clouds as needs dictate.
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evident, cloud security, collaboration services, 485 it, disaster recovery, cloud services, saas
    
Evident.io
Published By: HP Enterprise Services     Published Date: Mar 25, 2014
Examine how traditional IT operations can be recovered to the cloud. Explore the requirements of the disaster-recovery-as-a-service model. Understand the key issues to evaluate when considering a cloud-oriented approach to disaster recovery.
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disaster recovery, business continuity, recovery services, resiliency services, recovery-as-a-service, cloud continuity
    
HP Enterprise Services
Published By: InMage     Published Date: Feb 18, 2009
Replication has become a catchall phrase that while gaining in allure is also gaining in confusion – especially in the mid-tier where data is just as important as the high-end, but IT staffing and budgets are far more limited. IT people as well as vendors have a tendency to lump all data movement functions together as replication, regardless of the method or the reason.
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inmage, esg, replication methodologies, replication applications, disaster recovery, recovery time objectives, rto, recovery point objectives
    
InMage
Published By: IBM     Published Date: Oct 10, 2013
The necessity of building a disaster recovery model to ensure that services can be delivered nonstop with minimal data loss is not easy or inexpensive. Read this research report to learn how the cloud offers companies an alternative, allowing for rapid recovery and minimal data loss, and without the high costs.
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forrester, analyst report, cloud-based, disaster recovery, barriers and drivers, recovery barriers, recovery drivers, enterprise
    
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Published By: HP Enterprise Services     Published Date: Mar 24, 2014
Todayís complex, rapidly changing IT environments require dynamic continuity programs. Your peers are reassessing both the service provider model and the internal alternative for business continuity. Itís time to learn the ins and outs of enterprise-class cloud-based continuity. Examine how traditional IT operations can be recovered to the cloud. Explore the requirements of the disaster-recovery-as-a-service model. Understand the key issues to evaluate when considering a cloud-oriented approach to disaster recovery.
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disaster recovery, business continuity, recovery services, resiliency services, recovery-as-a-service, cloud continuity
    
HP Enterprise Services
Published By: IBM     Published Date: Jun 07, 2017
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. Youíll 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
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b2bi, ibm, b2b integration, modernization, b2b architechture
    
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