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7 Critical Components of Disaster Recovery

According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), 40% of businesses fail to reopen after a disaster (flood, fire, hurricane, blizzard or earthquake). Businesses that lose critical data are likely to file for bankruptcy within a year. Think FEMA is exaggerating? Take a look at the facts When Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc in October 2012, more than 23,000 New York City businesses were badly struck. The Huffington Post’s three separate data backup sites between New York City and Newark went down. However, and not surprisingly, an integrated care network in…

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Load Balancers Load Balancing 

Some small changes to default settings make achieving high availability easier….. has always been about high-availability, that is the fundamental reason for our products existence. Performance has always been a nice side effect while maintainability of your application cluster is generally a key sub-set of the primary high-availability objective

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5 Tips for CIOs: Plan for Hurricanes, Hackers and Aliens?

Google is so serious about its disaster recovery planning that it tests for most scenarios imaginable, no matter how unlikely, including an  alien invasion of its offices . You see, nothing puts fear into a CIO like a system outage — it gives new meaning to having a “bad day” at the office. But quite surprisingly, unlike Google, very few companies have a disaster recovery plan.

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Barracuda Networks Acquires BitLeap; Launches Integrated Local and Cloud-Based Backup Solution

Barracuda Networks Inc. today announced it has completed the acquisition of BitLeap, an innovative provider of local and offsite data backup and disaster recovery solutions. As part of the acquisition Barracuda Networks will now offer Barracuda Backup, a complete and affordable data backup and disaster recovery solution, to customers of all sizes and business types.

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