|In This Issue: Focus on Backup and Replication Strategies
SERVERS: Disaster Creates Catalyst for Change >
|June 1, 2010
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A server meltdown at Geneva Area City Schools in Ohio spurred IT Director Scott Sidoti to roll out four HP ProLiant servers – three to run applications and one to support a centralized CA ARCServe backup solution.
School districts such as the Upper Dauphin Area School District in Pennsylvania and the Clackamas Education Service District in Oregon look to deduplication technology to speed backups and reduce storage needs.
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.
Why SANs Makes Sense
When it outgrew its direct-attached storage, the Aztec Municipal School District in New Mexico deployed an HP LeftHand iSCSI SAN to ensure continuity of operations and enjoy increased uptime and easier management.
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
E-Mail on the Loose: Archiving systems manage mountains of messages
Uptime Rules of Thumb: How to best protect school systems
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