To-Cloud RaaS 4048 VDC: Simple, Affordable, and Effective

August 28, 2014 by Megan Gish

In July Bluelock announced the expansion of our Recovery-as-a-Service suite to include the 4048 Virtual Datacenter. The announcement expanded Bluelock’s RaaS capabilities with a recoverable backup repository in the cloud, ideal for simple, affordable recovery of lower tier workloads. When combined with Bluelock RaaS 4004 or 4500 VDCs for higher tier applications, this To-Cloud RaaS…

Modernize Your Approach to Disaster Recovery and Backups

July 10, 2014 by Megan Gish

Is your backup or disaster recovery solution missing something? It could be hard to test, too expensive, or requires too much manpower to manage the recovery environment. When you modernize your approach to recovery and backups you give back time and resources to your team to work on core IT projects. Join Bluelock this Wednesday,…

Bluelock Extends Capabilities of RaaS Solution Suite

July 1, 2014 by Megan Gish

Bluelock is pleased to announce the expansion of our Recovery-as-a-Service solution suite to include the 4048 Virtual Datacenter, a recoverable backup repository in the cloud, ideal for simple, affordable recovery of lower tier workloads. We’ve been providing top tier Recovery-as-a-Service (RaaS), or cloud-based disaster recovery, solutions since early 2013. Through this experience, we’ve seen firsthand…

Cloud News Report: Top 3 in Cloud – Week Ending in June 25

June 25, 2014 by Megan Gish

The Cloud News Report is a weekly list of our top three favorite cloud computing articles from the past week. Cloud computing is evolving and the path to cloud success is different for each business, especially an SMB compared to the enterprise. When company leaders take into account all technology available for the business to be successful…

A Quick Guide to Disaster Recovery in the Cloud

June 12, 2014 by Megan Gish

Create and implement the most effective DR strategy for your organization with the help of Bluelock’s action-packed guide to Disaster Recovery in the cloud. This helpful guide will help you set your DR plan in motion with a comprehensive checklist and detailed information to follow during each step. Be prepared for anything by checking your…

How Goodwill Indy Picked the Right Disaster Recovery Solution

May 30, 2014 by Megan Gish

Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana wasn’t new to creating a Disaster Recovery plan. Four years ago, they spent nearly $250,000 building a traditional DR solution to protect their critical applications—and it worked great the first year. However, after a change in personnel, testing their DR plan in year two proved troublesome, and year three gave…

Take the Disaster Recovery Self-Assessment

May 6, 2014 by Megan Gish

Did you know 91% of disasters are not natural disasters? While most businesses worry most about flood, hurricane and tornado-like disasters, those aren’t the biggest threat at all. An accurate assessment of your disaster recovery needs is a necessary step to protecting your applications. But first, let’s identify the three most common threats to business…

5 Questions to Answer About Your DR Plan

May 5, 2014 by Megan Gish

A successful Disaster Recovery plan requires total company buy-in. All parties need to be confident that the business will continue to be successful and secure, no matter what, and that means you need to frame the conversation in a way that will resonate with business leaders. To prepare you for this conversation, we’ve identified five…

Access Gartner Critical Capabilities for Recovery as a Service Report

January 23, 2014 by Diana Nolting

Protect your business with confidence. Simple, affordable Recovery-as-a-Service is a game-changer for businesses whose core applications were previously unprotected or those that spend large chunks of their budgets to maintain solutions that sill risked days or weeks of downtime during a declaration. Recovery-as-a-Service allows businesses of any size to protect their most critical applications and…

Zombie-Proof Your Applications and Data

December 11, 2013 by Diana Nolting

Prepare for the worst and hope for the best. When it comes to potential business disasters, a zombie apocalypse is about as bad as it can get. A hurricane may impact your power and building stability, but a zombie outbreak can debilitate your applications, data and infrastructure all at the same time. So what better…