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Meeting backup windows without breaking the bank

A faster, automated backup solution in IBM i environments is urgently needed to meet today’s challenges. In this post we talk about how FalconStor Virtual Tape Library (VTL) modernizes IBM i backup environments through an orchestrated and automated solution that delivers peace of mind with blazing fast backup speeds, comprehensive security, and the elimination of tape.

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How to modernize your IBM i backup environment

You love the IBM i platform for many reasons, and your organization is invested in it for the long haul. With today’s huge data volumes, traditional backup routines can disrupt the business because of the risk of not meeting backup windows. In a new post on the FalconStor Data Mastery blog, we show you why FalconStor VTL is a perfect solution to modernize your IBM i backup infrastructure.

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Why a vendor-agnostic approach magnifies peace of mind

Despite the clear advantages of cloud, many IT decision-makers’ fear of lock-in to any one cloud vendor prevents them from fully maximizing the benefits. Many customers have also avoided getting locked-in to any one hardware-vendor and now find themselves trying to manage a complex heterogeneous storage environment. In this post, we’ll explore how to continue to avoid lock-in – and magnify the peace of mind that comes with that approach – without the storage and data management headaches that can result from having a diverse, hybrid environment

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Stop just managing the “boxes”: Orchestrate

You have a lot to contend with. The daily struggle of supporting new projects while you provide 24-hour access to data services and applications is difficult. In this blog, we’ll explore how you can become an efficient and effective orchestrator in providing services to your organization without disruptively replacing existing investments and procedures.

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