White Papers by Topic: Backup and recovery

Resources available: 7

2014 Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Backup Software and Integrated Appliances

Enterprise backup is among the oldest, most-performed tasks for IT professionals. Gartner provides analysis and evaluation of the leading providers that offer a range of traditional to innovative recovery capabilities.

Top 5 Reasons for Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery

There is no question that every business wants to protect their operations from downtime and loss of data. But many companies don't have the internal expertise or budget to implement the disaster recovery plan they need.

A Tale of Two Architectures: Why Backup Architecture Matters

Read why scale-out architecture handles data growth very differently than a scale-up architecture. By adopting a scale-out approach the problems of data growth, processing and movement are eliminated and allow you to fix your backup window forever.

Network Based Backup

One of the greatest challenges today is effectively backing up and protecting the vast amounts of data stored throughout an organization. With WAN optimization, you can accelerate network-based backup by 5x and can reduce bandwidth use by up to 95%. Download this paper and learn more about this strategy today.

Taking the Pain Out of Data Protection, Recovery and Restore

This whitepaper by Marc Staimer, Dragon Slayer Consulting, reviews urgent issues facing organizations such as the inability to recover and restore data when required and mounting financial and legal risks. It also covers an on-demand approach that instantly and cost-effectively solves these issues.

The Evolving Role of Disk and Tape in the Data Center

Learn about best practices in backup and archive for today's energy and cost conscious data center including performance, data protection and TCO.

Advanced Compression with Oracle Database 11g Release 2

Read this white paper to learn more about how Oracle Advanced Compression can help you reduce the disk space and costs of managing large data volumes.

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