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Next-Generation AIX and i5/OS Disaster Recovery and Availability Technologies

This information packed 29-page report reviews the technology spectrum of resilience and recovery solutions available for AIX and i5/OS (including OS/400 and IBM i) operating environments, including the latest, next-generation solutions.

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The ROI and TCO Benefits of Data Deduplication for Data Protection in the Enterprise

Deduplication storage is quickly becoming the standard for disk-based backup and nearline storage use in enterprise data centers across many industries. It delivers clear benefits for the retention, recovery and replication of backup and other nearline data and allows customers to eliminate tape from the processes of both operational recovery and disaster recovery.

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Improved ROI and Reliability for Mainframe Data Protection

Mainframe data centers are reducing their reliance on slow, costly, and unsecured physical tape for their backup and disaster recovery.

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ESG Report: What Data Domain is Doing to Storage

This paper describes the role of deduplication in the evolving data lifecycle, along with its historical significance. Industry expert Steve Duplessie explains how Data Domain has changed the status quo when it comes to data protection by reducing the number of products needed for operational and disaster recovery.

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Dedupe-Centric Storage for General Applications

This paper demonstrates how storage systems can be built with a deduplication engine powerful enough to become a platform that general applications can leverage.

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389_datadomain_logoArchiving and Compliance with Data Domain Deduplication Storage

Kahn Consulting, Inc. (KCI) has assessed Data Domain deduplication storage systems using criteria derived from broad compliance requirements and best practices related to information management.

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Enabling a safer internet: The positive approach to web security

With one new infected webpage discovered every 4.5 seconds, there is no longer any such thing as a "trusted website". As the internet becomes an increasingly mission-critical tool, new media such as blogs and social networking sites are a necessary part of business.

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Free yourself to do more, while securing your business simply and cost-effectively

In tough economic times, with tightened budgets and heightened competition, it's vital for businesses to secure their systems and data against a growing field of threats.

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Assessing Endpoint Security Solutions: Why Detection Rates Aren't Enough

Evaluating the performance of competing endpoint security products is a time-consuming and daunting task. Enterprise decision-makers have to rely on independent competitive comparisons, performance benchmarks, and detection certifications, all covering different solutions and criteria, providing conflicting results.

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Stopping Data Leakage: Making the Most of Your Security Budget

The need to control the flow of corporate information is acute.

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Top five strategies for combating modern threats: is anti-virus dead?

Today's fast, targeted, silent threats take advantage of the open network and new technologies that support an increasingly mobile workforce.

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Understanding the Total Cost of Ownership for Endpoint Security Solutions

Organizations considering moving to an endpoint security solution often assume that the costs of switching from their current anti-virus vendor will be greater than upgrading with that vendor.

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IT Service Management Metrics That Matter

Learn how your IT organization measures up against the best performing IT organizations and what you can do to improve efficiency, sustain compliance and security, increase system availability, and reduce the frequency of outages.

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Driving Business Value with Geographic Business Intelligence

Today, organizations are collecting data at every level of their business and in volumes that in the past were unimaginable. Data sets are stored in different database systems or in files with distinctive formats, all reflecting business process, application, program software, or information type dependencies.

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