Over the last year, I’ve met with many IT Managers on the topic of how they are backing up their data. After a number of similar conversations, it dawned on me that even with many of the new storage technologies out today, that many companies are still using the same backup technologies and processes that have existed for the last 30 years. With the massive growth of data and IT managers looking for ways to cut costs out of IT, why isn’t more attention focused on backup and recovery?
First Sandy and now a Nor’easter… what’s next for the Northeast? “I am waiting for the locusts and pestilence next,” New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said.
I attended a conference this week for Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity professionals. It was a very informative day with several different speakers and topics. I was exposed to a concept that, as a DR professional, I had never really considered.