Just a few years ago, remote offices were a bit like Gilligan’s Island. The employees made the most of the computer equipment provided and when something broke, they did their best to fix it. The local IT “expert” likely had many responsibilities and technical training that included turning on the coffee pot and adding paper ...Continue Reading »
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“With the introduction of the EMC Avamar Business Edition, mid-market companies with limited budgets and IT resources can finally experience and enjoy the benefits of a turnkey, backup and recovery solution with integrated data deduplication...."
In the “old days,” remote offices and branch offices (ROBO) were sort of an experiment. They sprouted up in selected markets to better serve customers, attract skilled workers, and hopefully increase overall profits. But organizations had historically kept all the really juicy, important data in one place – at the data center. And as a ...Continue Reading »
Traditions are wonderful things. Opening a few gifts the night before Christmas, sitting in the first five rows at Shamu stadium, and wearing green on St. Patrick’s day are just a few favorites. For many companies, the use of network attached storage (NAS) systems has become a tradition too, and for good reasons. NAS solutions ...Continue Reading »
They can send a man to the moon and millions of phone calls across a fiber optic strand the width of a human hair, so why is it so difficult to backup/recover data on desktop and laptop PCs? Increasing amounts of unstructured data, ubiquitous wireless networks and a growing mobile workforce means lots of remote ...Continue Reading »