Disaster Recovery news stories - Page 23
Alex Pinchev takes reins at Acronis
Former Red Hat exec begins tenure as president and CEO of disaster recovery & data protection firm.
StorageCraft continues partner development push
Former IT channel manager for Samsung Electronics appointed to newly created channel support role.
Veeam launches Backup & Replication v6
Upgrade includes support for increasingly popular Microsoft Hyper-V.
Give yourself peace of mind this Christmas
Reduce your stress this festive season by making sure your business is backed up.
Come learn about Veeam solutions - next week
Virtualised backup and monitoring software vendor Veeam is running two breakfast sessions next week.
Acronis appoints ANZ channel BDM
Widely experienced IT manager to expand upper end of channel partner program.
Acronis arming resellers with education
Updated teaching programmes to help sales partners boost revenue.
Veeam bookings revenue soaring
181% growth worldwide compared with third quarter of 2010; how'd they do in APAC?
Poor internet a problem for cloud-based backup
StorageCraft launches new disaster recovery management tool to enhance recovery over 'normal' internet.
Acronis adds syncing to backup products
Users can sync files on PC, USB & NAS, as well as in the cloud.
Partners Ontrack With Certification
Kroll Ontrack signed 17 certified partners in New Zealand in the first 90 days after launching its Kroll Ontrack Data Recovery Certified Partner Program.
Ingram Micro picks up Acronis
Backup & disaster recovery solutions now available through world's largest IT distributor.
Kiwi trainer throwing virtualisation party
Sydney gathering inspired by legendary VMworld warm-up party, VMUnderground.
Case study: Server recovery adds up
Accountancy firm rescued by backup & restore software following server crash.
German telco questions security of US cloud services
Exec says regulation is needed to protect customers from American providers and their obligations under the Patriot Act.
Quake memory still driving disaster recovery market
Six months on, kiwi IT departments remain concerned about backup plans.
Pro-active approach from StorageCraft
Backup & recovery software vendor appoints new marketing manager in push for medium and enterprise business.
Top 10 tips for coping with disasters
Recent events have heightened the awareness of business continuity and disaster recovery planning for many New Zealand businesses.
Big trouble in little Christchurch
Having the right plan in place when disaster strikes, directly influences the safety of your staff and the survival your business. When your business continuity plan goes from paper to action, how will you and your business cope?
Staying connected through a crisis
Telecommunications and networking became crucial factors in the immediate aftermath of the earthquakes. Despite the difficult circumstances the providers had to work under, all companies spoken to have been praising their telco and network providers.
Mitigating the effects of downtime
Nick Van Der Plas, national sales manager, Emerson Network Power New Zealand, shares advice on best practices for Data Centres.
Digitisation for disaster recovery
In a state of national emergency, how well prepared is your business to keep working through the chaos? Stephen Beighton, director of Desktop Imaging Ltd, discusses how reassessing risk can prove invaluable in an emergency situation.
Lessons from the field
Disaster recovery cannot rely on people alone – physical location and automated recovery are paramount, says Jeremy Nees, enterprise architect, Maxnet, who shares his experience from working with affected customers in Christchurch.
Unrecoverable: Backup's inconvenient truth
Modern day businesses have an insatiable appetite for data, which leaves them vulnerable to information loss. Don Williams, country manager Australia and New Zealand, Veeam, points to virtualisation as a way to reliable backup and recovery.