• September 26, 2005 26 Sep'05

    CDP: Future directions

    Downtime to recover terabytes of data can cost a company dearly in terms of income (and customer satisfaction). Continuous data protection (CDP) is emerging as an attractive supplement to traditional backup schemes when downtime isn't an option. ...  Continue Reading

  • September 26, 2005 26 Sep'05

    CDP: User perspectives

    Downtime to recover terabytes of data can cost a company dearly in terms of income (and customer satisfaction). Continuous data protection (CDP) is emerging as an attractive supplement to traditional backup schemes when downtime isn't an option. ...  Continue Reading

  • September 26, 2005 26 Sep'05

    CDP: Strengths and weaknesses

    Downtime to recover terabytes of data can cost a company dearly in terms of income (and customer satisfaction). Continuous data protection (CDP) is emerging as an attractive supplement to traditional backup schemes when downtime isn't an option. ...  Continue Reading

  • September 26, 2005 26 Sep'05

    CDP: An overview

    Downtime to recover terabytes of data can cost a company dearly in terms of income (and customer satisfaction). Continuous data protection (CDP) is emerging as an attractive supplement to traditional backup schemes when downtime isn't an option. ...  Continue Reading

  • September 26, 2005 26 Sep'05

    CDP: The vendors

    Downtime to recover terabytes of data can cost a company dearly in terms of income (and customer satisfaction). Continuous data protection (CDP) is emerging as an attractive supplement to traditional backup schemes when downtime isn't an option. ...  Continue Reading

  • September 25, 2005 25 Sep'05

    Data warehousing strategy: Is training necessary?

    Project teams need training in order to keep their data warehousing strategy up-to-date. By refusing, says guest columnist Rick Sherman, companies could be undermining their data warehousing efforts.  Continue Reading

  • September 22, 2005 22 Sep'05

    A history of database evolution

    The database is the precursor of the data warehouse and data mart, with its future pointing to unstructured data and archival and nearline processing.  Continue Reading

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