Category: Data Protection

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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Magnetic Tape Backup: Choose the Best Backup Practice

Disk-based and cloud-based backups are more commonly used than magnetic tape backup due to the benefits that they provide, such as continuous data protection and instant recovery. However, despite mul ...

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Tape Backup Advantages That Make It Still Relevant

Modern businesses are data-driven, meaning that data is a critical asset of any organization, and it should be protected at all costs. For this purpose, various data backup strategies can be used, i ...

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Docker vs Kubernetes – What Is the Difference?

Hardware virtualization provides a list of advantages such as scalability, security, isolation, etc. by using hypervisors for sharing physical hardware with virtual machines (VMs). At present, virtual ...

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Methods and Tools for Ransomware Detection

In the modern business world, data is an extremely valuable asset. When organizations lose access to their data, the possible repercussions are often unpredictable. The number of ransomware attacks di ...

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Best Ways to Recover From Ransomware

In the modern business world, the importance of data protection cannot be underestimated. Unfortunately, organizations are constantly exposed to multiple risks and threats which can potentially underm ...

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NAS Backup Strategies

NAS (Network Attached Storage) devices are becoming increasingly popular and are typically used as file servers for storing files, as database storage, and for storing virtual machines running on hype ...

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Physical Servers vs. Virtual Machines: Key Differences and Similarities

When starting a new business, you should make sure that your organization’s infrastructure can carry the workload and perform business operations without lags and interruptions. The infrastructure o ...

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