January 5, 2017
"It’s often tough to get excited about disaster recovery. It’s kind of like a product release from a seat belt company. Sure I want to be safe, but it seemed like old seat belts were good enough, so why make a big deal about it? For disaster recovery, this comes down to both human nature (out of site and out of mind), and the reality of limited resources within an organization.
Quorum is making an argument that creating a secure private cloud for disaster recovery is the way forward for a lot of organizations. They come at this from an interesting background. The company originally built for use on ships for the U.S. Navy, which by necessity by their isolation, cannot exactly afford a lot of downtime for disaster recovery. Since 2010, they’ve offered a commercial product. They recently released version 4.0 of onQ, their backup solution and sole product focus." ...
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