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Aug 18
2014

Three Critical Pitfalls in Data Backup and Restoration

Posted by John Pearring in disaster recovery plan , data storage , data protection disaster recovery , business continuity strategy , business continuity data protection

John Pearring

Three Critical Pitfalls in Data Backup and RestorationCorporate executives largely understand the importance of backups. Even though businesses recognize why they need data protection only a few have implemented a seamless backup, archive and disaster recovery system. Why? The lack of time, resources and energy appear on the surface to be the problem. Too many other IT and datacenter issues get in the way. At the source, however, the problem may simply be repeating pitfalls that foil successful implementations.

Here are three of the ultimately game-ending pitfalls that companies have experienced when implementing data backup and restoration incorrectly. These problems take the wind out of the sails for an IT datacenter.

Dec 27
2013

Scale up or out?

Posted by Jarrett F Potts in software , preparation , education , dr planning , disaster recovery testing , disaster recovery plan , dedicated server , data protection disaster recovery , data center

Jarrett F Potts
Scale up or out?        

At STORServer, we provide only the best of the best. One thing I’m regularly asked is when is Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM) better than CommVault and vice versa? While each has its own advantages, the feature I’m most often questioned about is scaling.

Both products scale well but they do it in different ways. 

Aug 08
2013

Do you have a TARDIS? A STORServer might just be the next best thing.

Posted by Jarrett F Potts in recovery , disaster recovery testing , disaster recovery plan

Jarrett F Potts

This blog written in honor of the 50th anniversary of Dr. Who and YouTube’s Geek Week.

If you can’t travel back in time, you better know you can recover your data.