Deployment

Five Questions to Ask Your Disaster Recovery Service Provider

You’ve done your research, and you’ve looked at different options for disaster recovery (DR). You discarded tapes as slow and unreliable, colo active hosting as too expensive for your budget, appliance-based recovery as too close to your primary systems and therefore prone to the same disaster, and “doing it yourself”… oh, forget about it with your limited IT resources. Ultimately, you determined that cloud is the answer.  While cloud could have been considered a novelty only several years ago, today it is quickly becoming the main stream of disaster recovery. In fact, there are multiple options even within what may seem to be a fairly narrow segment. How do you choose the one that’s right for you? What questions do you ask? What answers should you look for? How do you identify a professional-grade solution? 

Want these answers? Keep on reading…

We often find ourselves confused and lost in this trendy innovative computing world.  We use new words, technologies and “innovation” to make computing life much more difficult than it has to be. This was my thought when I started a set of blog posts simply describing new computing trends and technologies. Here is another technology that I would like to simplify – Deployment.

Deployment in terms of software means provisioning operating systems, application software or necessary data to multiple computers, often many at one time. IT organizations all over the world purchase software deployment solutions to automate mass computer provisioning. This becomes especially important when many new hires join the company on the same day, time for global corporate hardware refresh or computer training labs have to be quickly prepared for a new class.