Best practices for data protection

With total enterprise data volumes projected to exceed 2.02 petabytes by 2022, smart safeguards must be implemented to keep it protected. Those strategies themselves are changing in lockstep industry trends. Now that hybrid and full-cloud deployments are dominant, multiple external variables can impact how data is stored and preserved. Additionally, over one quarter of Cloud Vision 2020’s survey respondents could shift 95% of critical workloads cloudward by 2025. Read more
Adam Bertram
Adam Bertram

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What is Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure?

In this starter guide, we’ll break down the ins and outs of hybrid cloud infrastructure—including benefits, strategies, popular providers, and security. This information is key to understanding the hybrid cloud’s place in today’s computing realm. Read more
Adam Bertram
Adam Bertram

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What is Multi-Cloud?

Cloud deployments are continuing to gain massive popularity, accelerated by the desire to modernize, evolving telework trends, and cost concerns. While not an exhaustive list of reasons, cloud platforms are here to stay. Eighty-one percent of surveyed organizations leveraged multi-cloud strategies last year. Additionally, Flexera’s 2020 State of the Cloud Survey found that 93% of respondents plan to implement multi-cloud. That said, what’s all the buzz about? We’ll dive into the ins and outs of multi-cloud, how you can implement it, and its inherent benefits. Read more
Adam Bertram
Adam Bertram

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Your Guide to Windows Storage Spaces

If you’re operating in a Windows or Windows Server environment, and have critical data to protect, then Windows Storage Spaces can come in handy. Many data centers and server farms implement both HDDs and SSDs for storing important data. Unfortunately, 10% of hard drives fail past the three-year mark. Organizations must recognize this threat — and the numerous other hardware, software and human snafus that may threaten data integrity. Read more
Adam Bertram
Adam Bertram

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How to capture and inspect network packets in Windows

Microsoft originally offered the Microsoft Network Monitor which was subsequently succeeded by the Microsoft Message Analyzer application. Unfortunately, Microsoft has discontinued the Microsoft Message Analyzer and removed its download links. Therefore, only the older Microsoft Network Monitor is available. In this article, we are going to see how to capture and inspect packets using the latest available version of Microsoft Network Monitor. Read more
Adam Bertram
Adam Bertram

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