Disaster Recovery

During the month of July, we hosted an essay contest inviting employees and customers to describe why they loved using Micro Focus products. We received a number of great responses and are excited to announce the winners.

netiqcoolguys
Aug 17, 2017
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During the month of July, we hosted an essay contest inviting employees and customers to describe why they loved using Micro Focus products. We received a number of great responses and are excited to announce the winners.

netiqcoolguys
Jun 30, 2017
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The absolute best part of my job is being with customers.  I love it.  Whether I’m presenting to one customer, 500 or anything in between, I love spreading the good word of how Micro Focus | NetIQ solutions can help you run IT better. To that end,  I’m very happy to announce our new IT Operations…

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Joe Rogers
Apr 14, 2015
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The inefficiency of tape data backup and the cost of a complete mirrored infrastructure explain the buzz around the concept of recovery as a service (RaaS). RaaS is a new model of disaster recovery in which service providers typically manage, own and operate the disaster recovery systems. Organizations which once bought and operated their own…

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Mike Robinson
Feb 25, 2015
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I know what you’re thinking and no,  I’m not drunk.  What does monitoring have to do with better applications? Well,  for me,  a lot.  Think for a moment about who is involved with creating applications.  You’ve got developers (obviously), testers,  architects, project managers and probably a few other roles.  Now think about who supports the…

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Joe Rogers
Feb 4, 2015
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But the fire is so delightful. And since we have no place to go, Let it snow, Let it snow, Let it snow! (props to Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne). It’s true, I love a good snow storm, dustings are a joke, 4 inches of snow is decent, 1 foot or more of snow is…

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Tobin Isenberg
Jan 27, 2015
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IT Operations still face challenges that have been around since the dawn of the information age. Systems, networks, databases, middleware and applications must all work in near perfect harmony to deliver applications and services to the business, both reliably and securely. Over the past several years however, new wrinkles have been added to these age…

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Joe Rogers
Nov 11, 2014
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This week (well, month, sorry we’ve been a way for a while) on the Monitoring Guys – It’s all about BrainShare baby. That’s right, BrainShare is going down in just a few days and we are pumped. We’ll walk through some of the sessions and presenters that you should be checking out and talk a…

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Joe Rogers
Oct 22, 2014
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No one likes to think about disasters, or disaster recovery, but it seems every week some new disaster has made the news headlines.  I’m not sure whether there really is more going on in the world these days, or whether that’s a function of our ability to instantly get reports on newsworthy items from around…

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Mike Robinson
Jan 23, 2014
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Like executives at other organizations, those in the healthcare industry know they need an efficient disaster recovery (DR) system. They know this—but do they actually have one? According to Bridgeway Security Solutions, only 26 percent have a “robust, tried-and-tested” DR system. On top of that, 67 percent of healthcare CIOs say they face IT staff…

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David Shephard
Aug 13, 2013
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