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  • Problem Management

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    This extract from Michael G Hall's book, Problem Management, an implementation guide for the real world, explains how problem management differs from incident management and looks at the differences between reactive and pro-active problem management.

  • Five Corporate Disaster Recovery Plan Essentials

    Sponsored by: Zerto

    Some shops have yet to establish a corporate DR plan they know they can rely on. This exclusive e-guide brings together a group of trusted data protection experts to share their must-haves in any corporate disaster recovery plan and discover benefits and drawbacks of three data replication technologies.

  • Address Cloud Failover Issues with DRaaS

    Sponsored by: Zerto

    Failing over to the cloud can be handled by a DRaaS provider, but concerns over data movement and performance need to be addressed before the cloud DR strategy is implemented. Explore three questions to answer before using DRaaS in any cloud strategy.

  • Recovering From Ransomware Starts with a Data Protection Strategy

    Sponsored by: Dell Software

    Stopping ransomware is almost impossible, but recovering from it doesn't have to be. Discover how to devise a solid ransomware recovery plan to successfully return your organization to normal conditions after an outbreak. Using your existing data protection tools and regular back-ups, you can ensure business continuity after disaster strikes.

  • How to Protect Data from Ransomware

    Sponsored by: Dell Software

    It can be difficult to recover data that is encrypted by ransomware malware. In this expert guide, discover how to stop ransomware from breaching your network in the first place and backup all of your data.

  • Five Corporate Disaster Recovery Plan Essentials

    Sponsored by: Databarracks

    Some shops have yet established a corporate disaster recovery plan they know they can rely on. This exclusive e-guide gathers a group of trusted data protection experts to share their must-haves for your corporate DR plan.

  • Cloud-based Disaster Recovery Service Grabs Spotlight

    Sponsored by: Databarracks

    Cloud-based disaster recovery has emerged as an affordable, flexible method for providing application availability following a disaster event. This e-guide provides insight into cloud DR including strengths, issues, different model types, and more.

  • 15 Field-proven Disaster Recovery Test Plan Best Practices

    Sponsored by: Databarracks

    Disaster recovery tests require a lot of preparation, but they are essential to a proper DR strategy. This e-guide explores a checklist to help your organization before, during, and after DR testing.

  • Importance of Incident Response Collaboration

    Sponsored by: Dimension Data

    This e-guide helps you create a formal incident response plan that allows for effective and efficient collaboration between groups so you can mitigate threats fast. Ensure smooth containment and recovery whenever a breach occurs.

  • Data Backup and Disaster Recovery Made Simple

    Sponsored by: McKesson Corporation

    It is nearly impossible to create the perfect disaster recovery plan, one that will work in every situation and meet all your recovery objectives. Storage expert George Crump discusses the role distance plays in the DR planning process and how backup software products are evolving to include DR functionality.

  • How to Secure Azure and Recover From the Worst Disasters

    Sponsored by: Softchoice Corporation

    In this e-guide, expert Rob Shapland breaks down how two new Microsoft Azure features aim to boost cloud security for enterprises. Learn how to keep Azure secure and keep your business going if disaster strikes and the worst is realized.

  • A Colocation Facility That Will Prepare Your Enterprise in the Event of a Disaster

    Sponsored by: CyrusOne

    This exclusive eGuide focuses on two of the major questions to consider when contemplating disaster recovery colocation. In order to make the right decision for your enterprise, IT professionals need to acknowledge all of the factors for evaluating potential colocation providers and locations.

  • How to Approach Storage Disaster Recovery

    Sponsored by: Rubrik

    In this e-guide learn how to turn back time on a disaster to recover what was lost; manage "deduped" data, and more. Read on to ensure your enterprise can take a hit and recover quickly, allowing for a low-impact return to normalcy.

  • Expert Strategies for Virtualization Capacity Planning

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard - Intel Xeon

    Explore this e-guide to learn about common mistakes and issues overlooked when it comes to capacity planning. In addition, find out the best ways to approach capacity planning in your virtual environment.

  • Cloud API and DR Questions Answered

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    APIs are the lifeline between enterprise applications within cloud environments and cloud disaster recovery is becoming a popular option as cloud adoption grows. In this e-guide, learn the answers to frequently asked questions about proper API and disaster recovery set up and management.

  • Why are Data Backups and Disaster Recovery Converging?

    Sponsored by: Veritas

    Backup and disaster recovery have primarily been treated separately. In this exclusive e-guide, consultant Brien Posey explains how server virtualization has allowed these two technologies to converge.

  • Improving Business Continuity with a Virtual DR Strategy

    Sponsored by: Hedvig Inc

    This expert e-Guide examines how you can improve business continuity with an effective virtual disaster recovery strategy. Learn how to craft a solid virtual DR strategy and discover key tips and advice to help you get started today.

  • Storage Magazine, August 2015

    Sponsored by: SearchStorage.com

    Storage magazine's August 2015 issue explores building an on-prem cloud, looks at today's backup applications, and shares ways to improve the disaster recovery planning process.

  • A Guide to Improving Disaster Recovery With Virtualized Storage

    Sponsored by: IBM

    This white paper shows you how to make your disaster recovery as effective possible by implementing storage virtualization.

  • A New Approach to Remote Replications

    Sponsored by: IBM

    This resource examines the steps organizations can take in order to improve network utilization and speed up data transfer for more effective remote replication.

  • CIO Decisions E-Zine - February 2015

    Sponsored by: SearchCIO.com

    When it comes to high-profile data breaches, hindsight is 20/20. In this issue of CIO Decisions, we examine the new security paradigm and how CIOs are strategizing to protect data.

  • Disaster Recovery: This is Not a Drill

    Sponsored by: SearchCIO.com

    In this issue of Modern Infrastructure: CIO Edition, learn how to govern enterprise disaster response and recovery efforts and spring into action when true crisis strikes.

  • Kickstart Your IT Disaster Recovery Plan

    Sponsored by: SearchDisasterRecovery.com

    This e-book, written by our very own disaster recovery pundits, offers guidance for organizations that are getting started with DR planning or are looking to refresh their current plan.

  • Storage magazine: Getting Serious About Mobile Backup

    Sponsored by: SearchStorage.com

    The August 2014 issue of Storage magazine looks at how hypervisor vendors are adding new storage features, examines storage performance bottlenecks and shows how HDFS can help with big data.

  • Disaster Recovery and Data Center Tiers: Considerations Associated with Colocation

    Sponsored by: Equinix

    This expert guide details how to pick a colocation partner and the value it can bring to your organization.

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