Introducing the 2nd Generation Axcient Virtual Appliance

* a.k.a. We listened, we learned, and made the virtual appliance even better with your help. Thanks to you, the 1st Generation Axcient Virtual Appliance has been deployed by more than 250 end-customers since we introduced it back in January, making it the most quickly adopted product in Axcient’s history. Along the way, we’ve received a lot of feedback from you… Read more »

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Venky I,  
The Five Myths of Cloud-based Disaster Recovery

A recent study by the Disaster Recovery Preparedness Council highlighted a disturbing fact: 3 out of 4 companies worldwide are failing in terms of disaster readiness. The impact that IT interruptions (server crashing, power outage, virus, etc.) have range from thousands to millions of dollars according to the same research. No wonder the “cloud” is… Read more »

Daniel Kuperman
Daniel K,  
Key Metrics That Every IT Manager Should Use

As a technology manager under constant pressure to keep up with the ever increasing needs of the business, how can you ensure that the IT infrastructure you build and maintain will be available no matter what? A tool that is often used by experienced IT professionals is the Key Performance Indicator (KPI) and the Risk… Read more »

Daniel Kuperman
Daniel K,  
The all-new Granular Mailbox Recovery for MS Exchange

#2 in a series introducing the Axcient Granular Mailbox Recovery for MS Exchange Last time we shared how customers are increasingly looking to unlock value from their data backed up onsite or in RaaS (Recovery as a Service) Provider Clouds. In this vein, we are proud to introduce Axcient’s next generation Granular Mailbox Recovery for… Read more »

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Venky I,  
It’s not about Backup: It’s about Backup and Recovery

The emergence of RaaS (Recovery-as-a-Service) has upended the Data Protection market, with backup becoming merely table stakes in a crowded multi-vendor environment. Customers are no longer content with the status quo of long recovery times imposed by previous generation backup technology. Instead they demand both instant recovery and the ability to unlock value from data… Read more »

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Venky I,  
The One Thing That Can Derail Your Disaster Recovery Plan

Yes, there is one thing that can derail your Disaster Recovery Plan. Let me explain. According to research from the Disaster Recovery and Preparedness Council, one-third of companies test their DR plans only once or twice a year and 23% of company never test their DR plans. If there is one thing that can cause… Read more »

Daniel Kuperman
Daniel K,  
The Surprising Truth Of Why IT Fails

If there is one IT failure statistic that you should take seriously, this is it. As much as we would like to think that the IT department has everything under control, we also know that a work disruption due to some unforeseen technical problem is bound to happen at any time. And the culprit is… Read more »

Daniel Kuperman
Daniel K,  
Axcient’s Pam Lyra Wins CRN Women of the Channel Award

Pam Lyra, Vice President of Customer Satisfaction at Axcient has been named among the 2014 Women of the Channel by CRN. The CRN Women of the Channel Award honors the several Women of the Channel whose expertise and vision are deserving of recognition. The annual list highlights the accomplishments of female executives within vendor, distribution… Read more »

Daniel Kuperman
Daniel K,  
The Challenge with DIY Disaster Recovery

An interesting report by Forrester Research, “The Risks of Do It Yourself Disaster Recovery” points to the fact that companies should think twice before cobbling together their own disaster recovery solutions.

Leticia Rodriguez
Leticia R,  
Doing Cloud Backup the Right Way

Cloud backup is gaining stream as more vendors now offer a variety of products at attractive prices, allowing businesses to store files securely in “the cloud” so they can easily access them in the event of a disaster or IT incident. Or, can they?

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