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Backup appliance capacity can be enhanced by virtual servers!

IT Departments over the past few years dedicated physical servers as per application requirements. In this process disk storage was associated with each server as direct attached, network attached, or storage area network storage. Software based backup application agents resided … Continue reading

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Demand for Unified Data Protection products is increasing!

Unified Data Protection products demand is increasing day by day and this was revealed in the latest survey conducted by International Data Corporation (IDC). For years, data protection products like deduplication appliances, disaster recovery systems, and backup appliances were available … Continue reading

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Webinar – Simple and Comprehensive Disaster Recovery for Windows

StoneFly “Most Simple, Proven, Comprehensive, Affordable DR & Business Continuity Plan for Windows Environment” Webinar for January 12, 2011. Continue reading

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Top 5 things you need to know about StoneFly’s SCVM™

Key features and advantages of using StoneFly’s SCVM iSCSI software. Continue reading

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More bang for the buck — VMware or Microsoft?

Found this interesting TechTarget article comparing VMware’s ESX and Microsoft’s Hyper-V. So which server virtualization technology is cheaper? The comparison shows that while the initial acquisition cost is lower with Hyper-V, the cost of upgrades and management are relatively higher.    “The hypervisor is … Continue reading

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