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Disaster Recovery Planning Season is Every Season

By   /  June 27, 2018  /  Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Database Blogs, Database News, Articles, & Education, Enterprise Information Management, Information Management Blogs  /  No Comments

Click to learn more about author Matt VanderZwaag. Spring floods, summer tornadoes, winter blizzards – Disaster Recovery (DR) planning for mission-critical IT assets is seldom top-of-mind, until headline-grabbing, “seasonal” disasters occur. Even then many organizations are resistant to investing in DR, gambling that they will never be subject to a disaster. The fact is disasters […]

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World Backup Day: Celebrate with Disaster Recovery

By   /  March 30, 2018  /  Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education, Database Blogs, Database News, Articles, & Education, Enterprise Information Management, Information Management Blogs  /  No Comments

Click to learn more about author Matt VanderZwaag. It’s no coincidence that World Backup Day falls the day before April Fool’s Day. The founders of the initiative want to impress upon the public that the loss of data resulting from a failure to back up is nothing to laugh at. From mission-critical business information to personal photos and videos, data has become […]

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The Financial Services Industry Turns to the Cloud

By   /  March 16, 2018  /  BI / Data Science Blogs, BI / Data Science News, Articles, & Education, Data Architecture Blogs, Data Architecture News, Articles, & Education, Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders, Data Education  /  No Comments

Click to learn more about author Matt VanderZwaag. When it comes to the public Cloud – banks, insurance companies and wealth management firms are a little late to the party. It’s not that the financial services industry isn’t big on adopting new technologies. After all, this is the industry that introduced ATMs in 1969 and […]

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