Can your business afford the revenue and productivity loss associated with technology outages? In a hypercompetitive market, few businesses can. Many IT professionals expect to address the problem of business downtime simply by moving workloads to the cloud because they assume their cloud provider replicates customer data within their cloud centers as a matter of course. But in truth, your cloud provider has limited ability to protect your data. Most cloud providers assume responsibility only for the underlying infrastructure. Such backup procedures aren’t designed as an adequate means to protect your data in the event of an outage or disaster. Read this white paper to understand your business’s responsibility for data protection in the cloud, including:
It seems that sometimes data deduplication is a panacea, but in fact it is not. This paper examines the trade-offs between data reduction techniques and the business value associated with the use of backup data for purposes other than backup restoration.
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Digital life in retail focuses on helping retailers do their jobs more efficiently, and enabling consumers to buy what they want, when they want it. In all instances, success is defined by making the shopping experience pleasant and engaging.
This could not be achieved if it weren’t for IT teams making sure there are no gaps or interruptions. IT must focus on how to 1.) ensure that downtime occurs as infrequently as possible (ideally never), and 2.) recover from the downtime immediately and fully to ensure business continuity.
Get a clear understanding of why business continuity is so important in today’s modern retail, and learn how you can deliver an efficient option for data accessibility and Availability, through:
In this white paper, Veeam Product Strategy Evangelist Clint Wyckoff describes what capacity planning and management means, and System Center best practices for planning and managing your VMware infrastructure. Download this white paper and learn about: