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Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery (BCDR)


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Backup and Recovery / Disaster Recovery with EMC Avamar
(Oct 2013)

In addition to establishing a Disaster Recovery Site, this California government department needed a centralized storage/backup solution that addressed retention and security policies and met Data Center Services requirements for “ready” mode to move to the Tier III data center. EMC’s Avamar deduplication software provided efficient, reliable disk-based backups for geographically disparate multiple locations, greatly reducing storage and bandwidth needs, and which also met the State mandated guidelines.

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Effective Backup and Restore on Virtual Infrastructure with EMC Avamar
(Jul 2013)

This California State Government Office was faced with a backup system that no longer met SLAs, a discontinuing tape storage contract, and insurmountable encryption regulations. The Office implemented EMC’s Avamar software/hardware solution with integrated variable-length deduplication technology. Business objectives were met 100% with effective data consolidation, deduplication, replication, encryption, and speed of backups, providing simplified management, additional security, and cost savings.

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Virtual Messaging Infrastructure with Email Migration
(Jun 2013)

The Department of Justice faced multiple limitations and risks for several business applications critical to reliable 24/7 operations communications for nearly 6,000 email users. Implementation of a virtual messaging infrastructure that included the migration from Novell GroupWise to the Microsoft Exchange Email System provided critical application integration with high availability, disaster recovery assurance, and mobility empowerment.

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CDCR VMware Virtualization Maximizes Cost Avoidance, Optimizes Disaster Recovery Plan
(Jul 2011)

The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation needed to scale its IT infrastructure to meet growing demands and increasing complexity. Failure to do so could mean catastrophic results, such as serious risks to public safety and security, and serious sanctions as a result of failure to comply with legislative and legal mandates.

 


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