How can healthcare IT managers best manage the dual headaches of meeting ever-growing data storage needs and ever-changing compliance demands? Offsite tape vaulting is one very effective pain reliever.
What? Your insurance office has been hit by a massive hurricane and you’ve lost access to your client files? To quote an annoying ’90s pop song, “Isn’t it ironic?” Avoid risks and a bad reputation with a solid data backup and recovery plan.
Earthquakes, floods, tsunamis, power outages—a calamity can hit without warning. Your company’s best defense: a proactive and dynamic business continuity plan.
When you face the pressure of litigation or an audit, you need ready access to requested archival information. Your restoration strategy is the key to lessening the stress.
Whether you have one shop or 500, or you’re a totally online storefront, cyber-thieves thirst for your customer information. Here’s how to ensure secure backups and data restoration after a breach.
How much of your IT budget is dedicated to maintaining legacy systems for accessing older data? Find out how a more flexible and relevant archiving strategy can provide indefinite access to that important information.
You may think of tape as simply an ideal backup and recovery medium, but it can also play an important role in long-term archiving. A data restoration plan can help you manage backups more like an archive.
Looking to stay compliant while also moving to more efficient, reliable storage media? Learn how a well-defined workflow, informed in part by your industry’s standards, can help your company master both goals.
It’s vital to manage legacy backup tapes as your archive: This best practice can help control risk, reduce cost and provide peace of mind. You’ll also know that you have what you need when you need it.
When you have complete visibility and control over all media stored offsite, you can track and locate a specific tape, quickly initiate recovery, and retrieve only the tapes you need, saving time and money.