A Closer Look at the Backup and Disaster Recovery Business

Here at the StorageCraft Recovery Zone, we work with great authors in our partner community. This guest post about the backup and disaster recovery business was written by Brent Whitfield, CEO of DCG Technical Solutions in Los Angeles. Thanks to Brent for contributing! In a previous article, entitled “Is the Data Backup and Disaster Recovery Market Saturated?”… Read more »

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Optimizing Backup and Recovery With Virtualization

The benefits of server virtualization are many. Today, companies virtualize large portions of their computing environment from file shares, to databases to web servers. Just a few years ago, it wasn’t hard to find articles advising against virtualization for certain server tasks that require extreme performance or host mission critical applications. But with increased CPU and… Read more »

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Matt Medeiros, StorageCraft CEO: All Data Is Not Equal

Matt Medeiros, StorageCraft CEO, was available last week in our monthly webinar for a short session of questions and answers. He spoke about the company vision for development, new products and plans to grow the development team. Backup and disaster recovery applications need to distinguish between mission-critical data and other types of data, he said…. Read more »

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Why You Should Consider Granular Recovery

Each day your employees and customers are creating data. The sheer amount of data we’re creating has skyrocketed over the past few years. Plain text and simple clip-art are now being replaced by high resolution photos and HD quality videos in everything from PowerPoint presentations to training videos. The power of granular recovery is welcome… Read more »

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The Rise of the GPU

I’ve spent a good portion of my career selling computers in one form or another. The sales process used to start with the CPU which makes sense because it’s the brain of the computer and determines the motherboard, RAM, expansion slots, and so forth. Most software was CPU dependent. For many years, the clock speed race trumped almost… Read more »

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Information Architecture: Building Blocks of a Redesign Project

For a business owner, the user path on his website might seem straightforward. You want a site visitor to go to the cart page, add a product, and press “purchase.” But sometimes finding your way around a website can be a daunting task. Site visitors might jump through hoops to get what they need, and… Read more »

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Migration to Exchange 2016: Best Practices

If you’ve recently installed Microsoft Exchange2016 you might wonder if you mistakenly installed Exchange 2013. On the surface, Exchange 2016 looks almost exactly like 2013 especially if you spend a lot time in the Exchange Admin Center (EAC). But as you make your way around Exchange 2016 you’ll find a number of welcome enhancements. There are a few minor… Read more »

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