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Veeam’s Richard Agnew, sees the acceleration of cloud adoption and growing customer expectations across the IT industry as the biggest catalysts for change in 2016

Monica Brink looks at what key aspects should be considered when talking to C-level executives such as a CEO/CIO and CFO about Disaster Recovery and gives some tips on winning them over

Matt Kingswood, from nationwide managed service provider IT Specialists, explores the five key steps to business continuity.

Business continuity expert Brandon Tanner explains how to implement an effective cloud-based IT disaster recovery solution in just five steps

Monday, 21 September 2015 09:03

Are you worried about DRaaS?

Iland’s Monica Brink, asks why IT is afraid of DraaS, and why it should be at the top of every business shopping list

A new pricing structure for disaster recovery from Databarracks promises complete transparency and no hidden costs.

Friday, 19 June 2015 11:35

Backup is only half of the story

NetApp’s Laurence James says data centre managers salaries should be measured on what they can restore and recover, not what they have backed up

Despite their protestations that it’s users that cause ALL the problems IT admins are unfortunately your weakest link. Here are five good reasons to move/stay in the cloud.

Russell Cook, SIRE’s Managing Director, talks about the simplicity of implementing cloud-based disaster recovery solutions and how they can bring your business back to life in seconds.

Tuesday, 26 May 2015 22:28

How do you avoid cloud evaporation?

William Rabie explains why with more and more organisations moving to cloud, disaster recovery has to be a key consideration to protect data and keep applications secure.

Statistics show businesses who use cloud backup and recovery services are more likely to test their recovery plans

Wednesday, 04 March 2015 13:58

A lesson from the banking industry

The recent £56 million fine levied by the FCA's and PRA's on RBS, NatWest and Ulster Bank’s 2012 IT failures after a software upgrade left customers unable to access their bank accounts should act as a chilling warning for all UK businesses.

Computer hacking is taking a darker turn; hackers are no longer kids seeing if they can crack codes, they are now sophisticated targetted attacks from organisations who are there to cause havoc explains David Davies.    

Wednesday, 04 March 2015 13:51

What to look for in your Cloud provider?

With 90% of the world’s data generated within the last two years, storage and security is under scrutiny as the likelihood of data breaches and leakages has greatly increased. Says 

Data protection complexity remains a challenge for enterprises seeking broad protection of disparate operating environments across distributed locations. But the challenge of near immediate recovery time objectives (RTOs) is a particular concern explains Chris Coulson from Phoenix

New Cloud Snapshots from Avere is designed to mix the simplicity of NAS with the resiliency and reliability of the cloud

Wednesday, 07 January 2015 09:51

The year ahead for cloud

Lilac Schoenbeck of iLand looks at why 2015 will be the year businesses get more intelligent about their choice of cloud host, including demanding relationships be more a two-way street and demanding transparency over where their workloads are located.

Monday, 01 December 2014 10:25

Ten things to consider when looking at DRaaS

We look at the top ten issues to consider when purchasing Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) with Mike Osborne, MD of UK business continuity company Phoenix

We take a look at how DR can be a cost-effective medium to recover from disasters in an organisation’s mission-critical applications or data.

The new Zerto Virtual Replication disaster recovery solution provides a platform-agnostic workload protection and continuous replication to the Amazon public cloud

Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) is the most popular business continuity and disaster recovery cloud based solution for businesses, with security still the number one criteria for picking a cloud service

Acronis is on the acquisition trail with another purchase this time it’s a disaster recovery as a service business with the ability to restore full system backups to a cloud infrastructure

The latest DRaaS offering from Quorum is intended to make one-click recovery more affordable for smaller environments with support for up to three, seven and twelve servers

Phoenix is hosting insightful morning sessions covering what true DRaaS is and what it can help you achieve. 

Wednesday, 13 August 2014 14:21

Quorum Releases onQ v3.8

The latest version of Quorum's onQ cloud-based single-step disaster recovery solution claims to offer the  industry’s only true agentless protection.

C-level execs need to clearly define accountability and ownership of business continuity services within an organisation or risk placing their business in a very exposed position, states Paul Gant, head of BC Managed Solutions, at Phoenix.

Business adoption of disaster recovery as-a-service (DRaaS) is expected to grow rapidly in the near future as companies seek flexible backup solutions. Analyst Technavio is predicting the increase in deployment will see the DRaaS market experience compound annual growth of 54.64% over the next four years.

Cloud, Business Continuity and IT Managed Services business Phoenix, won the highly acclaimed Best Endpoint Cloud Backup and Recovery Implementation award at the Global Asigra Hybrid Partner Awards held in Toronto Canada last night. The Group was also shortlisted for Asigra Hybrid Partner of the Year, Best Recovery Success Story and Best Cloud Backup & Recovery Competitive Takeout. The Awards are attended by Asigra's solution and service partners from around the world with over 200 people in attendance on the night.

The global award was given to Phoenix for the ‘Best End Point Cloud Backup and Recovery Implementation’ powered by Asigra, and is based on Phoenix’s work with a major UK plc. The Group demonstrated that the Asigra powered Phoenix Cloud Backup & Recovery platform extends beyond the datacentre, allowing clients to utilise the service to other data within their environment whilst maintaining their goal of having a single, secure and managed offsite repository of their protected data. Phoenix’s Asigra powered Cloud Backup & Recovery solution demonstrated that it could satisfy their strict requirements to protect critical data stored on circa 3000 mobile devices, achieve regulatory compliance, minimise reputational risk and ensure customer confidentiality.

Commenting on the award, Mike Osborne, Managing Director of Business Continuity at Phoenix, said: “Asigra has over 1,000,000 users globally and therefore their Hybrid Partner Awards are extremely well respected for their recognition of Asigra's partners' achievements in generating demand for and delivering solutions on their Cloud Backup services throughout the world. This is a significant win for the Phoenix IT Group as it not only demonstrates the wide breadth and quality of our service delivery, but it also recognises Phoenix as a leader in the highly competitive Cloud Backup & Recovery market.

“Moreover this is also great news for the Group as the customer example used in our submission demonstrates how our Phoenix Cloud based business continuity services were integrated with our existing Phoenix managed services to create a seamless, service-level assured solution.  I am extremely proud of the Group's capability to make this happen and the team involved for all their hard work.”

This is Phoenix’s fourth award in the past month, having been awarded BT ICT Partner of the Year, Business Continuity Provider of the Year in the product category for its Virtual Disaster Recovery platform at the Business Continuity Institute European Awards and Cloud Services Provider of the Year at the CIR Business Continuity Awards.

Data and communications specialist Node4 has partnered with Zerto to deliver a continuous application and file replication service on a poay-as-you-go cloud-based pricing model

Cloud and IT Managed Service Phoenix has been confirmed as a supplier for the RM1557v, the Government’s procurement framework for Cloud computing services.

G-Cloud V is to be the fifth round of procurement to the Government’s G-Cloud framework and Phoenix will be offering a portfolio of products and services to it. These include Infrastructure-as-a-Service, Platform-as-a-Service, Software-as-a-Service, and Specialist Cloud services.

Increasingly, more and more public sector organisations are exploring and exploiting the benefit of the Cloud via the G-Cloud framework – in using the framework, public sector organisations can more easily access the newest and most innovative Cloud services. This simplified process makes it easier for suppliers to provide these services, which in turn gives the public sector organisations far greater choice.

At the end of last year, Phoenix launched CloudSure UK, an off-the-shelf next-generation enterprise class infrastructure that delivers IT resources as a service, and last week won BT ICT partner of the year for its Managed Services division both of which highlight Phoenix’s commitment and investment in the growing Cloud industry.

Tim Bodill, Director of Phoenix MS Division says: “We have always been a firm believer in the G-Cloud framework and we will use our presence to demonstrate our experience and strength, by providing public sector organisations with access to an array of trusted Cloud services.”

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