[Preface: Unitrends has a quite a few customers who have a disaster but are
reticent about publicly disclosing this information. And yet new buyers
quite often ask us for this kind of information. For that reason I’m
going to share stories about Unitrends customer disaster recovery events that
have occurred; but I’m going to do […]
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What is backup self-service? Rather than immediately jumping into TCO
(Total Cost of Ownership), RTO (Recovery Time Objective), and other TLAs
(Three Letter Acronyms) – let’s take a step back. What is self-service?
It’s simply the practice of some form of automation allowing one to serving
oneself. It can but does not need to include […]
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As Unitrends has grown in enterprise backup, we’ve increasingly been asked
to support ROBO backup (Remote Office Branch Office backup). In one sense,
we’ve always supported ROBO backup with physical Purpose Built Backup
Appliances (PBBAs) deployed on physical appliances and virtual appliances
(VMware, Hyper-V, and XenServer) and with Unitrends Cloud; on the other hand
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Fake news, fake backup appliances. What do they have in common? One is
hoaxes, propaganda, and disinformation delivered via e-mail campaigns, social
media, and other techniques designed to mislead its readers. The other is
fake news. I’ve recently seen a rash of software backup tool vendors
sending IT professionals advertise that they should use their […]
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[Preface: This is the third in a four-part series that uses the AWS outage as
a springboard to discuss our technology vision for backup and continuity.
Part 1 discussed the AWS outage of February 28, 2017. Part 2 discussed the
concept of black swans and this AWS black swan in particular.] What is an
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