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    • 24 May 2017

    9 Steps to Building a Disaster Recovery Plan

    Although IT disasters are unpredictable, data recovery shouldn't be. In fact, recovery should be planned, predictable and controlled. The following steps will help you organize your thoughts, ask the right questions, and develop the right st...
    • 17 May 2017

    How Not to Be the Next Ransomware Victim

    We’ve just witnessed one of the most devastating ransomware attacks ever recorded. Last Friday, an estimated 200,000 computers across 150 countries were victims of a global ransomware attack on an unprecedented scale. The UK National Health Service (NHS) was among the known victims. The disruption to services was profound. Many hospitals were forced to cancel treatments and appointments. News reports urged people...
    • 16 May 2017

    Reduce Downtime to Increase ROI: 3 Actions Executives Can Take Now

    Introduction Working out the potential return on investment on a new server or application is relatively straightforward – if it enables you to do more in less time, profits are likely to go up, making it worth buying. If there are no obvious b...
    • 12 Apr 2017

    Understanding the Encryption Algorithms used by the NetVault Plug-in(s) for Encryption

    If you are planning to encrypt your backups with NetVault , then you are probably going to want to look into the fundamental aspects of the encryption algorithms used by NetVault, and understand which algorithm is best suited for your data and if deem...
    • 31 Mar 2017

    Neither Snow, nor Rain, nor Ransomware... Has Your Backup Solution Prepared You?

    "Save early, save often" has been sage advice passed down from one generation of computer users to the next since we began using these machines. As they have come to store more and more data and become even more integrated and ingrained in our lives, this has become even more important. While this applies to each of us personally the loss of data for today's businesses can bring even more devastation and...
    • 31 Mar 2017

    Log Shipping in Litespeed v8.5

    Log shipping is a critical feature for disaster recovery. It allows you to automate the backing up of a database (the publisher) and restoring its transaction logs on one or more standby databases (the subscribers). The process runs automatically throughout the day at the interval you specify, which creates synchronized databases. LiteSpeed for SQL Server provides flexible backup options for log shipping and allows...
    • 19 Mar 2017

    How to limit the amount of Cache memory used by Exchange Servers with applications to Rapid Recovery using PowerShell (part 2 of 2)

    Part one of this blog series may be found here Note: This blog series was supposed to be divided in 3 parts. However, some readers were gracious enough to ask me to publish all remaining material in one post and argued that an excessively long post should not be an issue as long as we walk together to reach the final result. As such, here it is. I apologize to those readers (if any) who would argue in turn that a post...
    • 16 Mar 2017

    Quest NetVault Plug-in for VMware 11.3 is now available!

    We are excited to announce a new version of NetVault Plug-in for VMware 11.3 is now available for download! What's new in this version : Enhanced VMware Virtual Machine protection via support for VMware vVol and vSAN (excludes support for VMware vSphere Storage Policy Based Management (SPBM)). New capability to restore to an alternare VMware vCenter VMware vSphere 6.5 support You can download the Quest...
    • 16 Mar 2017

    Quest NetVault Backup 11.3 is Now Available!

    We are excited to announce a new version of NetVault Backup 11.3 is now available for download. Look what's new: Improved device management and reporting via new user interface enhancements New white label support for OEM partner branding Please see the Release Notes for further information on new features and enhancements. Download a trial or the upgrade to 11.3 HERE!
    • 7 Feb 2017

    "S.L.O." Your S.L.A.

    “S.L.O.” your Roll with your SLA’s We all know the acronym SLA (Service Level Agreement) and we have all used it quite generically I suspect. So let’s get more specific and take a look at SLA and SLO (Service Level ...