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Constellation.2 1 TB hard drive

10 February, 2011 by

Constellation.2 is claimed to be the first 2.5” enterprise-class hard drive to reach a 1 TB capacity. Designed for server storage applications, it provides 6 Gbps performance, good data integrity and low power consumption.


Diasaster recovery relief offered to Queensland businesses

13 January, 2011

According to reports, thousands of small and medium businesses will have lost their servers and IT infrastructure as well as potentially their data. StorageCraft is appealing to service providers, ISPs and server hosting companies to donate space for those customers who have been affected by the flooding to help businesses bring their critical systems online.


Disaster recovery planning for the IT professional

14 December, 2010

In business, as in life, we regularly learn that the unexpected is a reality. For IT leaders, the cyclone season serves as a reminder to review disaster recovery processes, policies and procedures to prepare their critical technology infrastructure in the face of a natural or human-induced disaster.


Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex external hard drive storage

09 June, 2010 by

The FreeAgent GoFlex external hard drive storage solution includes plug-and-play portable and desktop drives. Interchangeable cables and desktop adapters allow each drive to adapt to the interface or device being used and the hard disk drives are designed to provide interoperability between operating systems in order to work with both Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X computers.


A day in the life of a virtual data recovery expert

28 April, 2010 by Adrian Briscoe*

A day in the life of a virtual data recovery expert outlines the recovery of data when three days of client data is lost.


Innovating for business agility

01 March, 2010 by Merri Mack

Voice&Data interviews Paul Young, CIO of the Ausenco Group, and finds being a CIO is not so much about the technology but about innovation and the people.


MEOW adds bite to disaster recovery

08 September, 2009

With the bushfire season approaching again, Australia's defences against future bushfire threats received a significant boost with Telstra's launch of the $200,000 Mobile Exchange on Wheels (MEOW), the first of its kind in the country.


Data recovery

17 August, 2009 by

Kroll Ontrack has released a technology to recover data from NetApp storage systems. Offering support for both hardware and software failures, Ontrack Data Recovery offers NetApp users a viable option to address data loss for the Data ONTAP platform.


Disaster recovery services

17 July, 2009 by

An integrated deduplication and backup and recovery solution has been released by Acronis. Called the Acronis Backup & Recovery 10, it is the next generation of the True Image systems. It offers data deduplication, which can cut storage requirements by up to 90% by eliminating backup copies of redundant data.


Southern Rural Water outsources disaster recovery

17 July, 2009

With the threat of a natural disaster impacting its operations, Southern Rural Water (SRW) looked to a fully managed disaster recovery service to minimise risk to its business, and protect the organisation’s ability to operate in the face of several disasters.


Disaster recovery platform

16 April, 2009 by

Veritas Cluster Server One is a high availability (HA) disaster recovery (DR) platform for data centres.


Virtual disaster recovery

02 April, 2009 by

Site Recovery Manager, a product for disaster recovery management and automation, is available from VMware. It uses virtualisation to simplify business continuity planning and testing and reduces the risk and complexity associated with executing disaster recovery.


Australian Catholic University centralises storage

13 March, 2009 by

Australian Catholic University (ACU) is a public university founded in 1991 as the result of the amalgamation of several Catholic colleges of higher education. It has six campuses across four states and territories, including almost 14,000 students and more than 3000 staff.


Data replication helps Orchard bloom

17 February, 2009 by

Orchard, a property funds management company, has invested in a data replication system to help keep the company’s data safe in the event of a disaster.


Google Earth helps ANU deploy disaster recovery

24 January, 2009 by

The Australian National University (ANU) has deployed a disaster recovery system based on a 1 Gbps free space optics (FSO) link, which it first tested at the IPv6 Summit in 2007 with the help of Google Earth. The FSO-based system replaces the university’s previous 100 Mbps microwave radio-based strategy.


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