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Archive for September, 2005

Expect dramatic changes in recovery

After more than a decade of stagnation, the data recovery market is going through a pervasive transformation, says one industry expert.

Think modular for recovery planning

There is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to developing business continuity strategies. Using someone else’s requirements, which might turn out to be based on limitations or regulations that your company does not have, could spell disaster of another type.

In Katrina’s wake: Tech companies focus

Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts are drawing legions of IT experts to assist the Gulf Coast region with data restoration and business continuity services.

Katrina: IT lessons in disaster recovery

While Hurricane Katrina battered the Covington, La. headquarters of SCP Pool Corp., just north of New Orleans, the company’s disaster recovery and relocation plan kept its business safe. Some 500 miles away, the $1.4 billion distributor of swimming pool supplies and parts was operating from a VeriCenter Inc. disaster recovery center in Dallas.

Instant storage – In a Flash!

What is the hottest back-to-school item this year? So red-hot that Mom and Dad will see it and want it too? It’s a tiny portable data storage device that plugs into the computer’s USB (Universal Serial Bus) port.

Data recovery firms slog through

Hewlett-Packard, IBM, SunGard Data Systems and other companies have been working with dozens of Gulf Coast businesses to keep their computer systems running in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, but the service companies say many were unprepared for the disaster.