Category: Data Protection

Helpful Tips to Protect Your Data When Working from Home

The unprecedented situation with the COVID-19 outbreak has led to governments directing their citizens to stay at home. The business community has been forced to implement these social distancing mea ...

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How to Configure MS SQL Server Replication: Complete Walkthrough

Microsoft SQL Server (MS SQL Server) is a database management software that can be installed on Windows Server operating systems. Databases are important for all types of companies and many software s ...

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How Disaster Recovery Outsourcing Works: A Full Overview

Businesses strive to maintain high customer satisfaction so as to earn their trust and loyalty. But what if a disaster occurs, putting your normal business operations at risk and leading to the loss o ...

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Risk Impact Assessment in Disaster Recovery: Where to Start

Assessing risks is one of the first steps required in finding a way of reducing them and therefore keeping your infrastructure safe. Creating an effective disaster recovery plan starts with searching ...

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NAKIVO Backup & Replication v9.1 – Backup to Tape, Linux Server Backup, and Workstation Backup to Expand Feature List

We are delighted to officially announce the release of NAKIVO Backup & Replication v9.1! After a few months of hard work and commitment, our team has managed to bring the functional capabilities o ...

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VMware Hardware Version Overview: Upgrades and Compatibility

The hardware version of a virtual machine (VM) reflects the virtual hardware features and functions that the VM supports, which in turn relate to the hardware available on a physical host. When you cr ...

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Synology NAS Devices: Which One to Choose?

When there is no free space left in the chassis of your server to install hard disk drives, yet you still require more storage capacity, a good idea is to consider using NAS (network attached storage) ...

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Disaster Recovery Testing and Why Your Business Needs It

Long gone are the days when business documents were stored in notepads. Thanks to computers, we now have more efficient solutions for accumulating data and making sure no information gets lost in a du ...

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Debunking Tape Backup Myths in 2019: Full Overview

Tape has been one of the primary storage media resources since the 1960s. Over time, however, tape drives have become overshadowed by disk and cloud storages due to the growing demands of data-driven ...

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Best Practices for Offsite Tape Storage: Short Overview

IT professionals commonly rely on disk-based and cloud-based backup solutions, while the technology of tape backups often remains without the attention it’s due. Still, the key benefits it provides ...

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