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    • 26 Jun 2017

    Meet Our Experts! The Voices behind @QuestExperts

    We are lucky enough to work with a number of extremely talented and passionate people. Some of our coworkers have been here for a number of years and have some great stories to tell. We wanted to use this interview as an introduction to one such individual – Steven Wallingham one of Our Product Specialist. Tell us a little about yourself: Love fixing things When did you begin your career in technology...
    • 26 Jun 2017

    Backup to Azure with LiteSpeed

    In a previous blog, we learnt how to backup to Amazon S3 with LiteSpeed . Let's see now how to backup directly to Azure. Remember that LiteSpeed does not use any temporary local storage for backups at all ...the backups just go directly to the cloud! First that all let's start registering our account with LiteSpeed. Since in the previous blog we used the "Add Cloud Account" Wizard , let's use the...
    • 23 Jun 2017

    SharePlex Optimistic Commit Explained

    So the other day, as I was using a taxi to get to the airport for a flight. I was watching all the traffic on the freeway and it got me thinking about SharePlex’s optimistic commit feature and a taxi are similar. How can SharePlex and a taxi have anything in common you ask? Well they are both responsible for moving something from one point to another with as little latency or delay as possible. Optimistic commit...
    • 22 Jun 2017

    Simplifying Active Directory management with One Identity Active Roles

    Active Directory management is a double-edged sword: it’s a big part of security and compliance in your organization, but it’s not the simplest of tasks. First, native tools are not very powerful, especially when you’re managing a hybrid environment of on-premises Active Directory and Azure Active Directory. Then, you spend a lot of time and effort ensuring that requests to create, remove or change...
    • 22 Jun 2017

    Backup Storage Repositories - should I be concerned?

    Three main ingredients are found within most backup solutions: 1) backup software, 2) backup agents (optional) and 3) backup repository (storage). When evaluating backup solutions, backup software typically gets the most attention due to feature set offerings such as data protection abilities, application OS, Virtual Machine protection, and reporting. Choosing the proper backup software for your environment is not a simple...