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CASE STUDY: Kelvin Hughes deploys Schneider Electric data centre solutions
Kelvin Hughes IT manager says if the data centre fails then the company essentially stops trading, making a solution for easy monitoring imperative.
The seven critical skills all IT teams should possess
Skillsoft's EMEA MD explains how embedding key skills within in-house IT teams can help keep an organisation’s data safe and its employees productive.
One of AU’s largest regional universities chooses HPE to future-proof IT
CQUniversity has entered into a multi-year contract with HPE to enhance its data storage and disaster recovery solutions.
Veeam’s latest solution for preventing costly downtime
Veeam’s business continuity solution can save enterprise companies an average of $300,000 per hour of downtime.
Damage control: Are your computer systems ready to recover?
Splunk discusses the importance of a good disaster recovery plan and how it can be administered.
Preparing for the unpredictable - the importance of network disaster planning
The mantra of every viable disaster recovery plan is: “Keep your network safe. But be prepared if something goes terribly wrong.”
Kasten emerges from the shadows with new data management platform
The company is backed by well-known Silicon Valley angels and executives from Google, Amazon and Facebook.
Chinese data center calls on Rolls-Royce for emergency power supply
Specifically, Rolls-Royce has supplied ten 20V 4000 MTU engines for emergency diesel gensets, each with an electrical output of 2,000 kW.
CT4 moves into NEXTDC's B2 Brisbane data center
“The guys from NEXTDC made sure we had connectivity when we moved in, and this allowed us to manage connectivity to other sites using software."
Azure Site Recovery offers resellers a more predictable income stream
Changing your business model is no small proposition, but the advantages are clear.
Commvault’s CEO Bob Hammer to Michael Dell - “game on”
“And I will say one thing, we’re not kidding around with this.”
Hurricanes offer hard lessons but also prove value of disaster preparedness
With their homes uninhabitable, the employees brought their families to one of the few buildings that withstood the storm: the data center.
EXCLUSIVE BRIEFING: Everything you need to know to become an Azure cloud service provider
Microsoft’s Azure Site Recovery, available through Tech Data, is the most cost-effective disaster recovery solution on the market.
Gisborne District Council issues tender for IT makeover
Gisborne’s District Council has issued a tender for the replacement of its end-of-life servers and storage with hyper-converged infrastructure.
Datto acquired by Vista Equity Partners, to be merged with Autotask
The combined organisations have approximately 1,300 employees with offices in nine countries.
Tech Data and Microsoft offer invaluable ‘Azure Acceleration Kit’
There are an almost infinite number of complications that can corrupt data and cripple modern businesses - Tech Data says Azure is the answer.
Gartner shares five step plan for a successful data center migration
With respect to risk, Gartner makes a good point: the less there is to move, the easier - and less risky - the migration will be.
Maintaining data center operations, come hell or high water
Throughout history, the Asia-Pacific region has been hit with its share of floods, earthquakes, landslides and typhoons.
Hybrid cloud use cases with Teradata’s new Everywhere offering
Not all clouds are equal, so these use cases can be leveraged with the public cloud as well as a private or managed cloud option.
New tech brings cloud on-premises to meet secondary data demands
“Yesterday’s architectures for data protection are inadequate for the kinds of agility and efficiency that organisations are demanding today.
Improving data centre connectivity to the multi-cloud
Multi-cloud is also firmly established, with most organisations working with more than one public and private cloud service provider.
How hybrid cloud improves disaster recovery
The hybrid cloud is rapidly changing the way enterprises approach disaster recovery. StorageCraft Asia Pacific’s Marina Brook outlines the changes.
Cloudera launches new software for the shared data experience
“Companies often cite security, governance, and complexity among their primary reasons for not moving their operational workloads to cloud."
Always-on disaster recovery to transform the new enterprise
Objective-defined storage platforms are changing disaster recovery, says ioFabric's Greg Wyman. He outlines how and why.