Who Needs High Availability: Industries & Use Cases

Who Needs High Availability

When considering ‘Who needs high availability?’ ask the following question: is downtime unacceptable to your business? Do you work for an Enterprise company? Is access to your services & data around the clock important, if not required? Then likely, your business can benefit from a Highly Available (HA) IT system. Customers of all industries need […]

LINBIT USA Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary

LINBIT US is celebrating a decade of service and growth. 10 years ago, we started our journey with you from a newly established office in the pacific northwest. In that time, we have moved into new offices, grown our team 4 times in size, built some really great software, and most importantly, met, collaborated with, […]

Why Does Higher Education Require Always-On Capabilities?

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People understand the importance of hospital systems needing to be Highly Available. This is easy to explain since people’s LIVES depend on medical equipment and information being accessible at all times. Likewise, people understand the importance of banks needing High Availability (HA) — they expect access to their MONEY on-demand and want it protected. You […]

LINBIT Strengthens Global Presence Through Agreement with eCloudtech in China

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Companies Join Forces to Deliver Industry Leading Open Source Software Solutions in High Availability, Disaster Recovery, and Software Defined Storage Solutions. LINBIT, the leader in open source High Availability (HA), Disaster Recovery (DR), and Software-Defined Storage (SDS), is the power behind thousands of digital enterprises around the globe. Today, they announced a significant addition to […]

True Cost of Data Loss

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When you hear the word ‘data,’ what does it make you think?  Something interesting and exciting?  Probably not.  But, what if you lost your customer database, your employee healthcare information, or your organization’s website transactions?  Now, that might make you think twice.