If you are anything like me, you likely have a project, or multiple projects, ongoing at any given point. One of my current projects is organizing and displaying my Beatles music collection, which might explain the titles and subtitles!
By Commvault In his recent blog post, “Why Snapshots Break Backup,” George Crump said that snapshots can’t stand on their own as backups and that they need to complement backup to ensure recoverability. And while many businesses have realized they need snapshots to solve backup and recovery challenges for their critical data, without a tool […]
By Phil Wandrei We often hear the phrase “using the right tool for the right job,” whether it is a weekend home improvement project or in business. What it means is that you will experience greater efficiency and often reduced cost (and even less physical and emotional pain) if you use a device for its […]
By Penny Gralewski As enterprises adopt hybrid cloud strategies, data management across those public and private clouds becomes a top priority. A common question we hear is how to manage data protection across a hybrid cloud environment? We are seeing different scenarios. A mid-size organization is expanding beyond private cloud into public cloud. A large […]
By Jonathan Howard There are a number of companies that utilize snapshots for data protection. As Curtis Preston points out in his blog series, snapshots as part of the storage platform can provide a critical aspect of data protection for just about every organization today. The great thing about today’s storage technology is that many storage offerings utilize […]
By Anders Stinger In the business of data, knowledge is king. I first had the pleasure of seeing George Crump at his full house presentation during Commvault GO 2016 in Orlando, Fla. His audience was overflowing with eager listeners, in spite of Hurricane Matthew slowly approaching. I have since kept an eye on StorageSwiss and its […]
By Commvault Recently I read a blog by Curtis Preston of Storage Switzerland addressing the question of ‘What is Backup?’ For established IT organizations it seems that backup should be like ‘Mom and Apple Pie.’ It should be safe, secure and with NO drama. And yet, Curtis’ commentary clearly highlights the struggles that many organizations have with […]