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Disaster Recovery news stories - Page 24

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Room to recover
Christchurch is full of stories of businesses helping others to get back on their feet after the earthquakes. Henrietta Kjaer spoke to Melanie Morris, who created a Business Recovery Centre at her company premises.
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Ensuring business continuity
Ian Quinn, country manager for New Zealand, Juniper Networks, describes how continuity planning can be used by government organisations and enterprises to ensure essential functions can continue during and after a disaster.
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Soft Solutions on tour in August
Events to showcase the latest in security and network management tools.
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The evolving reality of virtualisation
As virtualisation technologies mature from primarily server virtualisation to include business critical applications, new challenges emerge, calling for system management and backup. Henrietta Kjaer investigates how going virtual can affect companies
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Virtualisation
Riverbed extends Whitewater range
Riverbed Whitewater range extended to bringing SMBs into the cloud for data protection.
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New partner programme for Acronis
Program providing new experience to partners to keep pace with evolving technology
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Maxnet releases cloud-based backup
Maxnet has said it will make all backup traffic free, so any backups and restores will not count towards data caps. 
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Acronis and Kaseya team up
Acronis backup and recovery products to be integrated into Kaseya IT Framework and Kaseya Backup 4.0
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Hardware Independent Restore for Virtual environments launched
Virtual Edition of StorageCraft's flagship backup software launching tomorrow.
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Allnut to drive enterprise sales at StorageCraft APAC
StorageCraft Asia Pacific has appointed Noel Allnutt as sales manager.
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Vendors report - Datastor Forum - Part 2 - Updated
We continue Part 2 of our talks with the vendors at this year's Datastor Forum.
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Acronis signs ANZ retail distribution deal
Mindscape to distribute and market Acronis consumer products into retail and reseller channels.
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Veeam picks NewLease for distribution
NewLease seals deal to distribute Veeam licenses to Australian and New Zealand service providers.
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Oracle details 'Disaster Recovery' roadshow
Two free breakfast seminars aimed at IT managers will take place in Auckland and Wellington later this month.
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Canon prepares for supply shortages
Canon ANZ has outlined the impact the Japanese earthquake will have on its New Zealand business.
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Christchurch shakes again
It seemed as if the worst was over, but another earthquake struck.
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Acronis launches MSP partner initiatives
Incremental business opportunities offered to channel partners through a new subscription-based, licensing model.
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NZICT: Business is open in Christchurch
Both Kiwi-based and international tech companies have pulled together to donate equipment to Christchurch businesses.
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Free IT training offered to Christchurch businesses
Microsoft business software training is being offered free to Christchurch businesses affected by the earthquake.
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Now Telecom appoints Christchurch recovery director
Ralph Chivers steps up to lead the company’s Christchurch earthquake recovery efforts.
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Apple
iPad 2 component shortages
Apple may face shortages of key components for iPad 2 as a result of the Japanese earthquake.
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Steve Jobs emails Japanese staff
The Apple CEO has emailed all staff in Japan with a message of support following last week's earthquake.
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NZ telcos offer free calls to Japan - Updated
2degrees, Telecom and Vodafone all offer credits to customers who called Japan following the earthquake last week.
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Vodafone appoints Christchurch Recovery Director
Ex-Vodafone Australia CEO to lead the company's business recovery efforts in Christchurch.