Regardless the industry a business operates, the data generated is exponentially accumulating to vast amounts and blocks that constantly need management and protection. Technology is moving at a rapid pace making storage systems obsolete faster than ever. Consequently, organizations must move usable and business critical information to different systems bringing forward the need for a concurrent data migration progress that entails validating, moving and testing data.
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This webcast has been created as a space to hold conversations with IT Infrastructure professionals who share similar concerns and challenges, as well as success stories and a real-world case study from Jorge Barreto, Enterprise Architect at BFL Canada, on how he addressed the following challlenges:1. Meet IOPS requirements2. Spend time in labor-intensive operations such as VM Recovery3. Lack of team...
In today’s data-centric enterprises, ransomware, cyberattacks and other IT disasters can mean wasted downtime and the loss of critical data. To protect against these events and create effective disaster recovery programs, near-zero recovery point objectives (RPO) and recovery time objectives (RTO) are essential.
Unfortunately, IDC research suggests that the average RPO target is one hour while the average RTO time is four hours. Achieving near-zero RPO and RTO is possible, but it often...
Human resources specialist shares how his curiosity solved his storage needs
In an ever changing business environment , where technology and automation dominate all aspects of business processes and applications, one central output is the relentless pace of data growth and the need to manage it effectively and protect it in the most cost effective way.
There’s a well-known saying : in life, the only constant thing is change. This is never truer than in the IT industry where change is brought about by a constant evolution of data management and consumption. The rate of data growth is leaping, along with the need to properly manage it and protect it. Why?
This post, based on an in-depth Q&A session with Linemaster Switch IT manager Keith Worthington, is part of an ongoing series highlighting feedback from real Reduxio customers.
In the space of storing, managing and protecting data, different approaches for handling information are used. The advent of cloud has brought in compelling benefits, but the amount of data that organizations continue to store is growing exponentially, resulting in mostly unrelated solutions that have lead to the rise of Hybrid IT. On the Data Protection side, Businesses increasingly demand 100% uptime with no data loss, or what IDC refers to as the "new race to zero" – 0 RPO and 0 RTO.
It’s no longer about data storage; it’s all about data management. Today, if you look at a typical customer’s data management infrastructure there are multiple silos of storage and capability that are involved in managing the data. With astronomical data growth rates, IT budgets that are no longer keeping pace, and critical skills shortages the current approach to infrastructure is no longer sustainable given the high acquisition and operations costs. Fortunately, we now have the technology...