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STORServer and Starbucks: What we have in common

STORServer and Starbucks: What we have in common

It’s a constant challenge to keep up in the ever-changing world of new marketing strategies, flashy websites, and attention-grabbing efforts from every technology company. But before making any changes, we at STORServer ensure our baseline product is solid (which it is- we’ve been developing at STORServer for 20 years), but we’re also constantly thinking about…



Choosing the Right Backup Appliances for Multiple Locations

Choosing the Right Backup Appliances for Multiple Locations

While businesses of all shapes and sizes face the difficulties associated with data management and protection, the ones that have multiple locations are the ones that suffer the most if something goes wrong with a centralized system. However, the issues start before a disaster actually hits. When selecting the right backup solution for their various locations, enterprises may…



A Data Protection Consultant’s Role in Putting Together a Business Continuity Plan

A data protection consultant is often more than a service provider that sells advice. With the expertise and market knowledge that a consultant gathers over the years, they develop an understanding and intuition to be able to really provide sound guidance on what’s right for different organizations. This is what we have been able to…



Your 3-Point Checklist to Choosing the Right Disaster Recovery Partner

Losing your data can happen easier than you think if your data isn’t protected or recovered properly. Keeping this in mind, disaster recovery should be a top priority for C-level execs and a primary consideration when thinking about the health of your business. To ensure the protection and recovery of your data, finding the right disaster recovery…





Do You Have a Data Backup and Recovery Solution That Works?

All organizations have a big responsibility in preserving data relating to their employees, their clients, transactions and more. A sound backup and recovery system is most certainly required for this process. While most businesses do have a system in place, the challenge is to keep these systems relevant in the midst of the fast changing technological…



Five Practical Considerations When Choosing a Backup and Disaster Recovery System

Most enterprises understand the theory to have backup and disaster recovery systems in place. Theoretical knowledge, however, is one thing and the actual requirements are quite another. Many organizations that invest in backup and disaster recovery systems still find themselves in a bind when crunch time comes and their system fails, rendering their investment in their current…



Why Some Traditional Backup Solutions Just Don’t Cut It Anymore

Some traditional backup solutions, or early version solutions, are still present in the data protection market today. While they might be cheaper, we’ve found that they fail to meet the criteria the business world needs today. After all, data runs the show these days and, in the absence of it, every business operation could come…



Why Data Backup is More Than Just Deduplication

Data is one aspect of a business that will never go out of style or cease to be important. Therefore, finding the best solution to store this data in the most efficient manner possible is critical. While data deduplication is an indispensable part of the backup and storage process, here’s why a truly comprehensive data backup and…



The Risks of Remote Employees Not Being Part of Your Backup Plans

Most of the time, people can’t consider all of the  ways data can be lost, so they simply don’t think about it! This is especially problematic for a company where data should be protected with employees  working in different places. Out of sight, out of mind. When thinking about data backup plans, it is a great exercise to consider multiple loss…



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