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backup

Informatics A function that allows users to copy one or more files to a storage pool to protect against data loss. See Incremental backup, Mirroring, Selective backup. Cf Restore.

backup

Anything that serves to replace a function or system that fails.
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Global Disaster Recovery As A Service (DRaaS) Forecast Market, 2018 - 2022F, 2025F, 2030F, $ Billion
Overall, implementing cloud-based CSM and disaster recovery can greatly reduce the total cost of ownership for broadcast facilities.
* Comprehensive disaster recovery plan unfolds through local vendor.
It was conducted by the Ponemon Institute on behalf of data security firm Acronis, and revealed that over half (53%) of public sector firms are failing to make disaster recovery (DR) a sufficient priority.
VMware Site Recovery Manager is designed to simplify and automate the disaster recovery process so that customers can reliably recover from data center outages in hours rather than days.
ONStor's NAS solution is working behind Thinking SAFE's storage management technology to seamlessly scale storage for retrieved data, with the combined solution offering a powerful and complete storage and disaster recovery solution.
CoreVault, which reportedly selected ONStor's solution for its ease of use, high availability, scalability and open storage model, said the solution fulfils all of its immediate storage and disaster recovery requirements.
As volunteers for CalCPA's disaster recovery program, members offer pro bono financial disaster recovery advice on everything from dealing with insurance companies to applying for government relief to to managing property loss.
The Disaster Recovery Journal estimates that as many as 80 percent of all U.S.
Developing a disaster recovery plan is a challenging process for most organizations, requiring plan developers to strike an appropriate balance between breadth and detail.
Chapple, who is chief information officer and director of Information Technology and Telecommunications at Edward Waters College in Jacksonville (Fla.), has made a career doing disaster recovery planning and management at organizations as diverse as Merrill Lynch and Toyota.
The report calls for more funding for disaster recovery within the DHS and recommends that the department focus more on disaster recovery planning.

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