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  • Cloud storage security concerns dominate at Cloud Expo

    Experts at the bi-annual event highlight concerns over cloud security even as cloud use cases grow in size. Continue Reading

  • What are the benefits of a 'bring your own key' encryption service?

    'Bring your own key' services let customers hold onto their encryption keys, but is it really more secure? Expert Dan Sullivan explains. Continue Reading

  • Backing up virtual machines made simple with recovery in place, VM backup software

    Server virtualization has dramatically changed the process of backing up virtual machines, as well as the options that exist for backup recovery. Perhaps the most innovative of the recovery features is recovery in place. Recovery in place allows a virtual machine (VM) to be run directly from the backup media while a traditional restoration is taking place behind the scenes. Snapshot technology ensures that the backup is not modified as a result of recovery in place and allows any newly occurring write operations to be added to the virtual machine once the restoration is complete, thereby bringing the restored VM up to date. As revolutionary as recovery in place may be, however, implementing it requires proper planning in order to avoid performance and security issues. This three-part guide will discuss how recovery in place works and what administrators must do to avoid common pitfalls. Continue Reading

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