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Backup services considerations
Remote backup technologies
Delivering remote backup services
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A successful managed backup service offering will evenly balance technology, sales and marketing, and business considerations. This tip outlines considerations to help you achieve that balance.
Managed backup services offer smaller customers an alternative to labor-intensive backup approaches. Learn how to start developing managed backup services.
Data security concerns and new regulatory compliance standards could keep VARs scrambling over the next 12 months. Take a look at projected trends that will influence your business in 2007.
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New remote backup software services and features are making it quite appealing for VARs and systems integrators to enter the remote backup space. Contributor Jerome Wendt identifies some of these new products and features.
An increasing number of branch offices and the popularity of wireless technologies have made remote backup services a necessity in companies of all sizes. This tip presents you with common remote backup issues and business opportunities.
Whether you're helping customers choose disk, tape or both, or looking to provide remote backup services, this tip describes key backup trends and technologies to get you started.
Archiving expert Bill Tolson offers advice to a reader looking for alternatives to shipping tape offsite, including a graphical representation of the remote replication backup process.
Start developing business opportunities based on advanced backup features and the latest developments in tape, disk, and remote and strategic storage concepts.
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Storage service providers (SSPs) are back in demand as companies look to employ remote backup and recovery services.
Remote data replication can make the difference between losing everything and saving everything that is critical to an enterprise. Here's a breakdown of the process that goes into remote data replication.
Remote backup services may help save your customer's data from inevitable disaster.
Consider the pros, cons and best practices of offering remote data protection services in this learning guide.
This tip discusses the two most basic ways you can recover from, and fend off, disasters that can overtake a remotely-hosted system: backup and redundancy.
This was first published in January 2007