DR planning begins with commitment
Disaster recovery and business continuity plans can help small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) face issues as dire as a hurricane or as common as a downed power line. Learn more from those who've been there.
Disaster recovery: Plan or bust
If you think your SMB can't afford or can't manage a comprehensive disaster recovery (DR) plan, think again. DR planning for companies of all sizes is achievable in just a few steps.
Disaster recovery plans: Points to consider
A comprehensive disaster recovery plan is critical to surviving a crisis, especially in an SMB environment. But evaluating your DR needs is no small task.
Disaster recovery checklist: Networks
This checklist, broken down into topical areas -- network considerations, LAN, WAN and infrastructure applications -- can help you focus your disaster recovery planning effort.
IT consultant discusses virtualization for disaster recovery
Virtualization is useful for more than server consolidation, says an IT expert. In this Q&A, we discover the benefits of using virtualization as part of a disaster recovery plan.
SMBs reject tape for online backup
SMBs looking for fewer server backup headaches are turning to remote services instead of tape.
Data storage options for SMBs
What are your data storage backup goals? Knowing the answer to this question will save you time and money -- but first, you have to determine an answer.
Data storage for growing SMBs
Is tape-based backup the best option for quickly growing SMBs? One expert weighs in.
Continuous data protection: Check IT List
Continuous data protection might cost more in the short term, but the benefits will outweigh the cost for small and medium-sized businesses in the long run.
Server-free, LAN-free or SAN-free backup: Which one do you need?
Learn whether server-free backup, LAN-free backup or SAN-free backup is best for your environment.
Best Practices Checklist: Exchange Server disaster recovery planning
Learn about some tried and true best practices that you need to consider when creating a Microsoft Exchange disaster recovery plan.
This was first published in October 2007