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  • Christchurch law firm adopts VDI after earthquake

    After catastrophic earthquakes in Christchurch toppled its New Zealand law office, Duncan Cotterill implemented desktop virtualization to provide stronger disaster resilience, according to the law firm’s CIO at the time.

  • NetApp, Iron Mountain team up on medical archive service

    Iron Mountain <a href="">today announced</a> a secure cloud-based archive service for medical data based on NetApp's grid-architecture, object-based, storage software.

  • PC makers should 'brace' for drive shortages

    With operations disrupted at more than a dozen hard disk drive (HDD) factories due to flooding in Thailand, PC manufacturers should prepare for significant supply shortages, market research firm IDC said Thursday.

  • Virtual Machine cloud replication and restoration to boom

    By 2014, almost one in three midsize businesses will be using a recovery-as-a-service (RaaS) with the ability to backup and restore virtual machines (VMs), according to Gartner.

  • Carbonite launches bare metal backups, file versioning

    Cloud storage provider Carbonite this week announced enhancements to its small office, home office online backup service, which now offers bare metal backups and file versioning, making a new copy of a file each time it's changed.

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  • Nimble's all-in-one storage combines primary and backup in one box

    Start-up Nimble Storage came out of the development stage this week with its first product -- an array that combines solid state drives (SSD) with high-capacity, cost and performance serial ATA (SATA) hard drives, acts as primary and backup storage and replicates offsite for disaster recovery.

  • DR a growing concern for A/NZ CIOs: Symantec

    CIOs in Australia and New Zealand are increasingly getting involved in the disaster recovery planning of their organisations, according to a new survey from Symantec.

  • Swine Flu Fears Raise Questions About Business Continuity Plans

    Despite recent power blackouts in Sydney and the threat of a swine flu pandemic, many Australian organisations are still “flying by the seat of their pants” claim experts

  • 10 Tips for Swine Flu Planning for CIOs and IT Leaders

    As the swine flu outbreak spreads, CIOs and other IT executives are dusting off their pandemic plans and preparing for the possibility of high levels of employee absenteeism and extended telework scenarios.

  • Swine Flu Prompts Aussie CIOs to Revisit Business Continuity Plans

    Australian health authorities may have given the all clear for two local suspected cases of the [[artnid:300804|swine flu virus|new]] -- which has killed more than 80 people in Mexico and infected 20 in the United States -- but concern over the spread of the potentially fatal disease has local CIOs revisiting their business continuity plans (BCP).

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