Business Continuity vs High availability

Open Minds provide high availability solutions for Microsoft Windows Servers to various organisations. Our trusted failover cluster manager helps organisations with disaster recovery protection for SQL Server applications. Improve your organisation’s productivity by reducing downtime with our advanced cost-effective solutions. Solutions for Microsoft Windows Server Failover Clustering (WSFC) With the help of our Windows failover cluster manager, high availability can be easily attained by server-based applications of your organisation. The solution is highly flexible and user-friendly. Along with high availability,…

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Which cloud provider should you choose?

Cloud storage is a cloud computing model in which data is stored on remote servers accessed from the Internet, or ‘cloud.’ Additionally, this data is maintained, operated, and managed by a cloud storage service provider that oversees everything. Recent researches have shown that 2 out of every 3 global businesses, 65% to be precise, are using some kind of cloud-based storage. In the US, this number is extremely high with about 93% of small businesses backing up some part of…

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Moving SAP into the cloud?

Data is an integral part of any business as the business is majorly dependant on the data that they have collected. The amount of data differs from organisation to organisation, as it depends on the size and strength of the organisation. As the business gets bigger, the amount of data increases significantly. When an organisation has hundreds of users, SAP modifications, different kind of applications, several forms of integration & a system which, still has the ability to work in…

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What are RTO (recovery time objective) and RPO (recovery point objective)?

Disaster recovery consists of a set of policies, tools and procedures in order to enable recovery and continuation of Vital Technology Infrastructure and systems, post a natural or human-induced disaster. Disaster Recovery mainly focuses on the IT or technology systems which support a critical business function. While in business continuity, it includes keeping all the important aspects of a business functioning regardless of the significant disruptive events. Therefore, Disaster Recovery can be considered as a subset of Business Continuity. The…

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What is the Cloud and Cloud Computing?

The cloud is a global network of servers that functions as a single ecosystem. It is a term used to refer to accessing information technology (IT), computer and software applications by accessing data centres. It is carried out by using Internet connectivity or wide area networking (WAN). In its most basic form, the cloud is just a bunch of computers/servers connected to the internet. The process of using servers hosted on the internet to manage, process and store data instead of…

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