Complexity and Costs Top the List of Data Protection Challenges
Originally Posted March 2019 Over three-quarters of organizations experienced some kind of data-related disruption in the last 12 months, according to new report data from Dell EMC. Backup and recovery tend to be thought of as an “insurance policy”. But new data in Dell EMC’s Global Data Protection Index report shows data protection issues are definitely a […]
4 Signs You May Not Be Getting the Most from Backup-as-a-Service (BaaS)
At this point, it’s probably safe to assume that nearly every business today that has backups in place is utilizing the cloud to play some role in the backup and/or recovery strategy. Many organizations have turned to BaaS as a means to offload both the storage and work of backups. But many organizations think just […]
DRaaS: Is there a wrong way to do it?
The goal of Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is relatively simple; place and run a copy of some or all of your production at a remote location in your time of need. But there are so many ways to accomplish this. Proactive vs. reactive, cloud vs on-prem, public vs private cloud, image vs. file-based, […]
British Airways Settles £80 Million Data Center Outage Lawsuit with CBRE
Originally Posted March 2019 The lawsuit over the 2017 operational failure that grounded hundreds of flights and left 75,000 UK passengers stranded has finally been settled out of court for an undisclosed sum. When you think of a business like British Airways (BA), and a location like Heathrow Airport, the last think on your mind is that […]