Storage Platforms For Your Off-site Backups and Disaster Recovery

  • August 27, 2019
  • Sagi Brody

Last week, I had the honor of hosting Webair’s webinar where I provided our attendees with valuable insights on selecting the right storage platform for organizations’ local backups, off-site backups, and disaster recovery. Here are some of the key takeaways from the webinar that will allow you to choose the perfect storage option to complement your unique requirements: Backups and Disaster Recovery: Different, Yet Equally Important Disaster recovery and backups are often used interchangeably, but it’s imperative that your organization realizes that backups and disaster recovery are actually 2 distinct capabilities that require individual strategies, technical solutions, and vendors. Since […]

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Private Cloud, Virtual Private Cloud, or Public Cloud: Which Solution Fits You Best?

  • August 12, 2019
  • Danielle Shapiro

In the world of cloud computing, we hear the terms Private Cloud, Virtual Private Cloud, and Public Cloud being utilized quite often. Each one of these cloud solutions can be differentiated by their benefits, implementation, and use case, so the main question here is: how do you know which cloud solution is the ideal fit for your business’ unique requirements? Before we get into some of the main things to look for when it comes to selecting a cloud solution for your business, we first need to understand what each solution actually is at the surface: Private Cloud A Private […]

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Webair Takes the Dedicated Cloud Hosting Environment to New Heights

  • August 02, 2019
  • Gerard Hiner

Webair provides a dedicated cloud hosting environment as many others do, but with a critical twist: we offer a fully managed dedicated cloud hosting services that are aimed at individuals who want to reduce or eliminate their time in dealing with infrastructure issues, ensure their applications are running optimally, and avoid increasing headcount in IT to manage it all. Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) providers such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) use unit pricing for compute, storage, and memory, which allow IT groups to purchase what they need, as they need it. Whether procuring processing power for a CPU-intensive app, spinning up and […]

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