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ioSafe, makers of excellent fireproof external storage devices and NAS units, has introduced what they call the 'Server 5.'
Data storage and business continuity provider ioSafe has released the latest version of its ioSafe Server, the first fire- and waterproof server designed to eliminate data loss and minimize downtime by protecting data in real-time and delivering instant disaster recovery with true zero recovery point and the best recovery time objectives for terabytes of data.
It would be unfair to say ioSafe CEO Robb Moore is happy about recent flooding in northern California and major cloud outages such as the recent one involving Amazon S3, but these events make his points: Environment and computers don't mix well, and you can't always count on what happens in someone else's network.
ioSafe announces Server 5: a fire- and waterproof server for Windows and Linux
ioSafe, a leading provider of data storage and business continuity solutions, today announced the release of the ioSafe Server 5: the industry’s first fireand waterproof server designed to eliminate data loss and minimize downtime by protecting data in realtime and delivering instant disaster recovery with true zero recovery point and the best recovery time objectives for terabytes of data.
American storage vendor ioSafe has launched a storage enclosure that can protect the drives against fires, floods and other natural disasters.
What's the best way to be sure your external hard drive won’t suffer an early demise due to rough handling? Keep it in a climate-controlled room, wrapped in bubble wrap, resting on a flat surface, surrounded by pillows, and plugged safely into a stationary machine. Excellent! But...wait, you can't do that?
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It's easy to expand the storage capability of your Mac by adding a NAS drive. Here we look at five of the best NAS drives for Mac users, and offer our buying advice for Mac owners shopping for a NAS device
There are few things better than a local copy of your data center when the worst happens. Unfortunately, events that destroy your data center also take out your backup system. Most people use tapes stored at an offsite facility or a cloud copy of their data that will not be impacted by a data center disaster. The problem is the distance that makes these copies safe also creates challenges in getting that data back to restore the data center.
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