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By: Eaton     Published Date: Jan 26, 2016
When designing a power protection scheme for their data center, IT and facilities managers must ask themselves whether a distributed or centralized backup strategy makes more sense. Unfortunately, there is no easy answer to that question. Companies must weigh each architecture’s advantages and disadvantages against their financial constraints, availability needs and management capabilities before deciding which one to employ. This white paper will simplify the decision-making process and lessen the potential weaknesses of whichever strategy you ultimately select.
Tags : eaton, distributed backup strategy, centralized backup strategy, facility managers, data center solutions, it management, knowledge management, enterprise applications
     Eaton
By: Eaton     Published Date: Jun 01, 2012
Though power protection solutions vary in numerous ways, all but the largest data centers use basic approaches when deploying uninterruptible power systems (UPSs): Either they distribute many smaller UPSs among their server racks or they install one or two large UPSs centrally within or near their server room. This white paper outlines each architecure's pros and cons.
Tags : uninterruptible power system, ups, power back up strategy, distributed power back up scheme, centralized back up scheme, white space, hybrid back up strategy, business technology, data center
     Eaton
By: XOsoft     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
Mitigate risk and lower costs by letting your disaster recovery replica server double as a server for performing an offsite backup. This informative white paper will teach you how...
Tags : disaster plan, backup plan, backup and recovery, redundant, server replication, cost control, it spending, disaster recovery, backup, xosoft, storage, data management
     XOsoft
By: Globalscape     Published Date: Mar 21, 2014
This paper outlines the essential requirements for file sharing across a wide-area network (WAN), and briefly discusses the limitations of appliance-based WAN optimization when applied specifically to document collaboration. The paper uses a solution analysis to compare common business needs to required features, and explains how appliance-based optimization falls short of these needs. The paper then describes how Globalscape's software-only solution. (WAFS) provides file replication and collaboration across globally dispersed networks, securely and reliably, with the performance of local file sharing.
Tags : file sharing, wan optimization, high bandwidth, low overhead, file replication, autodesk, revit, wafs, file locking, version history, file integrity, network traffic, security, centralized backup, centralized management
     Globalscape
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