|In This Issue: Focus on Backup and Replication Strategies
CONTINUITY: SAN Ensures Availability >
|June 1, 2010
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Planning for Tomorrow
Denison University's Lisa Bazley sleeps better at night knowing a pair of EMC SANs and server virtualization will afford the Ohio institution rapid and reliable recovery should disaster strike.
Academic institutions such as the Virginia Commonwealth University Health System and Temple University look to deduplication technology to shrink backup windows and expedite replication to centralized storage.
Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 Advanced Server Virtual Edition provides agent-less backup of VMware, Citrix XenServer, Microsoft Hyper-V and Parallels platforms through an intuitive Dashboard interface.
Better E-Mail Backup
E-mail contains vital information that must be retained to comply with regulatory requirements. This includes setting a retention policy and then applying one of a variety of e-mail archiving products to meet your organization's requirements.
College on Demand
Xavier University students expect instantaneous access to the Cincinnati school's website, making high availability of everything online critical. IT accomplishes that with load balancing and redundant infrastructure.
Data Storage in Education: Streamline information architecture, prevent data loss and deliver access anytime, anywhere
Disaster Recovery and COOP: Operating at your best while preparing for the worst
No Time for Downtime: Erie Community College works toward total availability
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