Consideration for Integrating VM Protection into Corporate Compliant Practicesby Quantum Corporation
Published on: 03/12/2012
As the value of virtual machines (VMs) becomes increasingly apparent in IT, and organisations continue to move mission-critical data onto VMs, administrators face the difficult task of effectively protecting information in the virtual datacentre. Critical to success in the virtual world is understanding the differences between VMs and physical servers in order to appropriately establish backup, DR and other essential strategies.
This white paper is here to help you evaluate and understand the key criteria you should be looking for in a VM protection product. Discover the differences between data protection for physical and virtual servers, explore a breakdown of the VM protection process and receive best practices to help you make better informed decisions about both near and long-term strategies. Read on for more.
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