Tuesday October 20, 2020

Virtualisation: Disaster fears allayed

Disaster recovery is increasingly becoming one of the core functions that virtualisation is being relied upon for, writes JJ Worrall.

4th November, 2012
Ronan Geraghty, server and tools business manager with Microsoft Ireland. Photo: Shane O'Neill

As companies continue to put more trust in virtualisation technologies, more and more are now choosing to place their faith in virtual options for business continuity and disaster recovery (DR) as well.

Whereas previously a back-up plan meant the clunky process of rotating data tapes day after day, the possibilities brought on by virtual storage and replication capabilities has seen plenty of Irish businesses put their faith in a virtual solutions when faced with a...

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