How Broad All-Flash Vendor Portfolios Help IT Customers

In the current 3rd Platform computing era, enterprises of all sizes are being asked to continue to support legacy applications while providing support for next-generation applications (NGAs) in mobile computing, social media, big data/analytics, and cloud environments. At the same time, most information technology (IT) organizations are consolidating around virtual infrastructure for both legacy and new applications. This has significantly changed the I/O profiles that storage infrastructure has to deal with, and it has become clear that for most primary storage workloads, and even now for some secondary workloads, hard disk drives (HDDs) no longer adequately meet requirements. As a result, we are seeing overall enterprise storage revenue shift away from HDD-based designs toward newer flash-based designs.

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Fuel IT Transformation in a Flash

In today’s lightning-fast digital world, your IT transformation wouldn’t be complete without modernizing your infrastructure with All-Flash storage powered by Intel® Xeon® processors. All-Flash is now the new storage normal thanks to its affordability, agility, efficiency and speed. And thanks to Dell EMC and Intel®, organizations that adopt All-Flash can accelerate their IT transformation.

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Backup and DRaaS IT Buyer’s Guide

When it comes to data protection and business continuity, what is your goal? That’s easy – a solution you know will work every time, protecting everything you have in your data center with absolutely zero downtime and zero data loss. Selecting the right solution is increasingly more than just about basic backup. Learn what to look for, and potential gaps in coverage, to put your organization in the best position to achieve the lofty goal of total protection.

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Drill Down: 5 BDR Fundamentals

There are five essential pieces to a sound backup and disaster recovery (BDR) plan, and IT pros who follow these steps are able to feel confident in their long-term organizational plan. Read this expert guide from Ben Maas, an independent consultant and system architect who has guided many companies through BDR deployments, to learn these five fundamentals. Understand how to size your environment, evaluate your BDR capabilities, and test your system for any surprises.
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Why Midsized Organizations Should consider EVault by Carbonite

Today it is possible, even for smaller organizations, to establish both backup and full-fledged hybrid data protection under one robust onsite/offsite underpinning. ESG has four recommendations to assist such organizations as they try to pursue a disk-to-disk-to-cloud data protection strategy in the right way, with particular consideration for EVault by Carbonite
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Cloud Recovery Success: A technical DRaaS Guide

Testing full recoveries of IT environments requires a proven methodology. Establishing and meeting RTOs, configuring a cloud recovery system, and tracking your changing environment are all critical components of a successful cloud recovery operation. In this expert Technical Guide, learn how Jamie Evans, Senior Manager of Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) for EVault, helps clients complete a full recovery of their systems.
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Five reasons to choose DRaaS

Find out five good reasons to consider disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) and use our buyer’s cheat sheet to make sure you are asking the right questions when evaluating a DRaaS solution.
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10 Ways to Use Artificial Intelligence for Simpler, Smarter IT

Whether called AI, machine learning or predictive analytics, new intelligent systems are making our lives simpler and more productive. AI advancements are already being integrated in solutions responsible for backup and data protection. Learn 10 ways you can use AI to your advantage when it comes to backup and recovery.
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What’s New In RecoverPoint for VMs 5.1

Learn the best practices and use cases to leverage a simple, efficient operational and disaster recovery solution for virtualized applications in VMware environments leveraging Recoverpoint for Virtual machines 5.1.

Empower your VMware admins and application owners to manage disaster recovery provisioning and simplify operational and disaster recovery management for all virtualized applications.

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The State of Cloud Backup & Data Protection 2017

Unitrends 2017 annual survey of IT professionals’ cloud backup and business continuity programs shows data protection and recovery remains a significant challenge. Data centers are growing in complexity and the volumes of data requiring protection are adding to the pressure on IT teams to guarantee quicker recoveries. Many organizations are not even following minimal best practices, and at the opposite end of the spectrum leaders in DR are increasingly using the cloud to play a critical role in business continuity. See where your business stands against the very latest IT metrics including recovery times, DR testing frequency, and cloud usage.
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Myth vs. Reality: What You Need to Know About Microsoft Office 365 Backup

Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and OneDrive for Business are the applications your business relies on every day. But without a smart backup plan, finding and restoring lost Office 365 data can take hours, days, or even longer. The facts are that data loss can occur in cloud­-based applications, including MicrosoftOffice 365 and deleted items will be permanently removed after 14 days. Read our eBook to learn how to broaden your backup and recovery plan to include purpose‑built protection for Microsoft Office 365.
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