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Windows Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity News
December 16, 2009
The DR automation that VMware users enjoy with SRM is now available to Microsoft Hyper-V shops, thanks to Citrix Essentials' Site Recovery feature.
September 04, 2008
Got plans for direct-attached storage? With Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 replication features, like Cluster Continuous Replication, some Windows shops can avoid costly SANs for DAS.
April 26, 2007
Data center disaster recovery and business continuity are crucial to a businesses bottom line, but a new study shows business execs aren't making disaster recovery a priority.
March 22, 2007
The first step to designing a solid disaster recovery plan is defining your company's IT universe. Expert Russell Olsen explains where to go from there – creating a plan and integrating it into your daily work.
Windows Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Get Started
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Internet Information Services (IIS) is a flexible, general-purpose web server from Microsoft that runs on Windows systems to serve requested HTML pages or files. Continue Reading
The Storage Replica feature in Windows Server 2016 delivers a backup and recovery option for organizations that might otherwise require an offsite data center. Continue Reading
Microsoft Cluster Operating System (OS) Rolling Upgrade is a feature that keeps Hyper-V virtual machines (VMs) or Scale-Out File Server workloads running during an upgrade from a Windows Server 2012 R2 cluster to a Windows Server 2016 cluster. Continue Reading
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Microsoft Windows Server 2016 offers more advanced disaster recovery resources than the 2012 R2 edition. Features include deduplication, replication and availability. Continue Reading
Enterprise-level high availability is complex and costly. Using application-level HA could actually save you a buck. Continue Reading
Disaster recovery gets easier with the Windows Server 2008 backup tool and other new OS features. Continue Reading
Manage Windows Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity
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Any business can experience data failure. What matters most is how you prepare for a quick recovery. Azure Site Recovery uses the Microsoft cloud when your data center goes dark. Continue Reading
Virtualization is supposed to simplify disaster recovery, but is Microsoft's Hyper-V up to the task? It can be – if you plan accordingly. Continue Reading
When dealing with a capacity crisis in a complex situation, be sure to address the correct problems with appropriate short-term solutions and long-term capacity planning strategies. Continue Reading
Problem Solve Windows Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Issues
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In Windows Server 2012, IT pros can prepare for failover scenarios using the newly built-in NIC teaming capability. Continue Reading
Admins can gain improved functionality of PHP applications running on Windows Server through Windows Cache Extension, an open source PHP add-on utility. Continue Reading
Often times it's the little things that count. While improvements to Hyper-V have gotten most of the press, other changes to R2 have fallen under radar. Continue Reading