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New technologies are giving small companies enterprise-like DR capabilities
Last week Jim Salter over at Ars Technica wrote a thorough and interesting article about the phenomenon known as bitrot and how next generation file systems are gearing up to combat the problem.
Most companies understand the risks associated with disaster recovery and business continuity and plan accordingly. Few can say the same thing about the software they own -- or don't own, as the case may be. That's where software asset management and software license management tools can make a difference.
Drinking and programming often go together, but is that really a good idea?
Real-life smartphone mini-disasters are widespread. They can be maddening and often amusing.
Natural and manmade disasters underscore the challenges of seamless disaster recovery in the real world. Having a comprehensive business continuity plan isn't just an IT concern; though. Nothing less than the survival of your company is at stake.
Building your own storage area network (SAN) involves many layers, not the least of which is the server layer communicating with the storage devices. Seagate has recently announced a new storage architecture called Kinetic that builds server-like functionality and ethernet right on the drive itself.
Trek Global claims that its cloud-based ERP service can help midmarket and small businesses leverage ERP to create efficiencies.
Natural and manmade disasters are facts of life. Smart IT managers prepare for the worst before trouble hits, so that the businesses and government institutions that rely on IT can resume normal operations as soon as possible.
Not everybody at Oracle enjoyed the America’s Cup
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