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Need fast data backup with no impact on the performance of your systems? Read on about SAN-to-SAN replication as a reliable, synchronized method for data backup. This excerpt is taken from our Disaster Recovery white paper; full version available for … Continue reading
September 2013 has been deemed National Preparedness Month (NPM) by President Barack Obama. The White House press release notes that FEMA intends to build and sustain national preparedness in the face of natural disasters, such as hurricanes, tornadoes and floods to … Continue reading
Cloud-based disaster recovery can streamline data backup and recovery times, useful for mission-critical applications and data required to be up and running at all times. Read below for an excerpt about virtualization and disaster recovery from our newest white paper, … Continue reading
We’ve just launched our latest white paper, Disaster Recovery, a great resource covering business drivers for investing in a plan; a high-level overview of the specific stages of a business continuity plan; and an in-depth explanation of the latest technology … Continue reading
Although it is extremely rare for Michigan to suffer damage from a hurricane, there are many lessons that can be learned about the importance of business continuity and disaster recovery plans. David Sarbacha of Deloitte Touche LLP identified 10 lessons … Continue reading
The question of how far is far enough – for disaster recovery – arose after 9/11 when a significant area of Manhattan was shut down. This prompted the Security and Exchange Commission to suggest that 200 miles would be appropriate … Continue reading
The first and most important decision your organization can make regarding disaster recovery is deciding on the geographical location. There are many things to consider including the probability and severity of natural disasters, other weather conditions like temperature, power structure … Continue reading
Online Tech’s Systems Support Manager, Steve Aiello, will be presenting at Security B-Sides Detroit on securable infrastructures, June 7-8. Security B-Sides is a grassroots, DIY, open security conference bringing together a large number of IT and security professionals found in … Continue reading
Last Thursday, the U.S. government released a warning about the increasing risk of cyber attacks targeting critical energy corporations; seeking to destroy or manipulate industrial machinery in attempts to seize control of networks that deliver energy or run industrial processes, … Continue reading
When considering business continuity and disaster recovery options, there’s really only one constant from business to business: it’s important to have. No matter how small or large your business, if something happens and there isn’t a plan, your company may … Continue reading