Caterpillar has collaborated with Microsoft and Ballard Power Systems to demonstrate the use of large-format hydrogen fuel cells to provide back-up power for data centres.
Jason Gerrard, Senior Director of International Systems Engineering at Commvault, explores the possibilities for change within the backup and data protection industry.
With the risks posed by power outages a growing threat to data centre uptime, Paul Brickman from Crestchic Loadbanks explores why testing backup power systems is more important than ever before.
Florian Malecki, EVP of Marketing, Arcserve, explains why data backup and recovery need to be part of your Zero Trust security programme.
David Friend, CEO and co-founder of Wasabi Cloud Storage, explains why organisations should consider the merits of ‘air-gapping’ and cloud diversification for an effective data redundancy strategy.
The answer? Probably. Here, Sarah Doherty, product marketing manager at iland highlights why.
When it comes to finding the right Disaster Recovery solution, the bigger providers don’t necessarily guarantee better service. Sarah Doherty, product marketing manager at iland explores why there is no such thing as a one size fits all approach to data protection.
Philip Bridge, president at Ontrack explores the causes of data loss, and what can be done when organisations can no longer rely on backups alone to restore vital data post breach.
Nigel Tozer, solutions marketing director EMEA at Commvault, discusses the steps businesses should take if their backup solution is no longer fit for purpose.
In the new era of remote working, Backup as a Service (BaaS) has become a trending topic in the IT World. It allows for companies to duplicate files, folders, and entire data repositories to secondary data centres, so that all sensitive information