Disaster Recovery

Increase Data Availability by Busting Network Silos

By Pam Baker

Here's what data availability entails, how organizations can obtain it and how it affects business continuity. Read More

By Pam Baker
Freelance Writer

February 16, 2017

Why Disaster Recovery Planning Trumps Experience Every Time

By Daniel Newman

Balancing proactive and reactive business approaches is tricky. If you wait too long to address a risk, your business could suffer a major blow, but investing… Read More

By Daniel Newman
Founder and President, Broadsuite, Inc.

July 27, 2016

Planning for Business Disruption in Higher Ed Can Save Money and Lives

By Jacqueline Lee

Planning for business disruption in higher ed decreases remediation time, ensures coordination during disasters and helps institutions save money. Read More

By Jacqueline Lee
Freelance Writer

July 12, 2016

Disaster Recovery Starts With Better Backup

By Larry Loeb

Disaster recovery-as-a-service (DRaaS) solutions allow your organization to recover from unpredictable problems more efficiently. Read More

By Larry Loeb
Freelance Writer

April 8, 2016

Resiliency in the Era of Cognitive Computing

By Mijee Briana Walker

Society is becoming more dependent on cognitive computing every day, and as a result, companies need to ensure the resiliency of their systems. Read More

By Mijee Briana Walker
Global Strategy Leader for Resiliency Services, IBM

March 30, 2016

Superlative SLA: Why ‘Good Enough’ Isn’t Enough in a Disaster

By Doug Bonderud

When your organization has to deal with a disaster recovery operation, you're going to want a SLA that grants you the support you need. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

February 2, 2016

What Will You Master in 2016? Make It Disaster Recovery for Organizational Resilience

By Mike Errity

For organizational resilience, the disaster recovery mandate is a tall order — one that's becoming more daunting every day. Read More

By Mike Errity
Vice President of Resiliency Services, IBM

January 27, 2016

Going Under: Secure IT Environment Mines New Prospects in Norway

By Doug Bonderud

The data center scheduled to be opened in Norway's Lefdal Mine could represent the new, ideal model of a secure IT environment for backup storage. Read More

By Doug Bonderud
Freelance Writer

January 7, 2016

The Rise of Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service in the Era of Cloud

By Daniel Witteveen

Today's new technological landscape has changed the way disaster recovery is approached. Read More

By Daniel Witteveen
Vice President, IBM Resiliency Services

December 23, 2015

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