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Online seminar on Veeam+StoneFly+Azure Cloud turnkey solution for Enterprise Backup & Disaster Recovery

StoneFly has obliged the requests of its product patrons, resellers & Veeam customers and is re-hosting a webinar on Veeam + StoneFly+Azure cloud integration to offer a turnkey solution for Enterprise Backup and Disaster Recovery. The webinar will be hosted on July 21st, … Continue reading

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Windows Server 2003 retirement details and some server migration tips!

Microsoft has officially announced on July 14th, 2015, that its extended support for Windows Server 2003 has ended and all those computing platforms working on the said OS should go for a next OS version migration. If not, the server … Continue reading

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US State Department Server crashes and also lacks disaster recovery tools

US State Department’s server which issues passports and visas to non-migrant citizens has crashed on Thursday on a permanent note. What’s more amusing is the fact that the whole department lacks disaster recovery tools and so will face a massive … 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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Sidekick Failure: Another case for SAN Backups

Here is yet another example of what can happen if you neglect to backup your data. For all you T-Mobile users out there, you probably know that the Sidekick stores all of your critical data in a network datastore and … 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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