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DR/BC: Protecting What's Important

DR/BC: Protecting What’s Important

by Kurt Hildebrand | Tuesday, December 06, 2016

For a business, disasters come in all shapes and sizes: a downed server, power outage, flood, fire, and even a plague of frogs. But while all of these have varied consequences, especially the frogs, each one shares a common theme—they put your data at risk.

If you haven’t already, an important subject that all businesses need to learn about is business continuity and disaster recovery. Or, simply, BC/DR. DR is exactly as it sounds and is a measure of your ability and time spent recovering from threats that affect the way you operate. Minutes, hours, days…it all matters since time is measured in revenue loss. Business continuity is your ability to continue critical operations, address customers, and provide users with services—even in or during an adverse event or a disaster.

Public vs. Hybrid Cloud: Which One to Choose?

Learn the Benefits of Each Before Making the Move

by Kurt Hildebrand | 12.05.16

The cloud environment is dynamic and highly scalable, and can respond flexibly to your business needs. Public or hybrid cloud? That is the question. To decide which is right for you, you’ll need to weigh the pros and cons of each regarding your business needs.

Growing Towards the Future

Have You Seen the Latest in Converged Infrastructure?

by Kurt Hildebrand | 12.02.16

Lately, I’ve been seeing a lot of growth in converged infrastructures. Essentially, a converged infrastructure is any type of infrastructure that takes two or more discrete pieces of technology and consolidates them into one information system solution. Traditional converged systems, ones that are packaged solutions, take existing technology and consolidate it into a repeatable, standardized deployment framework. But the new model of converged systems takes that disparate technology and converges it in a much more tightly integrated way, using something called the software-defined data center. Software-defined is just another way of saying hyperconvergence.

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