Rachel A. Dines

Senior Analyst serving Infrastructure & Operations PROFESSIONALS

Rachel serves Infrastructure & Operations Professionals. Her research focus is on IT continuity and disaster recovery services and technologies, next-generation high availability and backup, and data center strategies. Additionally, Rachel conducts research on infrastructure and operations metrics.

Previous Work Experience

Prior to her current role as an analyst, Rachel was a researcher on Forrester's infrastructure and operations team. She interviewed hundreds of I&O professionals, data center operators, and technology vendors while conducting primary and secondary research for research reports and consulting engagements.

Education

Rachel holds a B.A. in art history and computer science from Smith College.

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    Report:The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Backup And Recovery Software, Q2 2013

    The Six Providers That Matter Most And How They Stack Up

    In Forrester's 61-criteria evaluation of enterprise backup and recovery software vendors, we identified the six most significant software providers — ASG, CommVault, EMC, HP, IBM, and Symantec...

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    Report:Tech Spotlight: Endpoint Backup In The Enterprise

    In The Vacuum Left By IT, Employees Are Resorting To Their Own Backup Methods

    There is no stopping the rise of the anytime, anywhere worker. These employees are highly mobile, they use a variety of devices to do their jobs, and they work from many different locations during...

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    Report:Back Up Your Critical Cloud Data Before It's Too Late

    Cloud-To-Cloud Backup Emerges As A Practical Option For Cloud Data Protection

    For years, it has been standard practice to back up your critical data. You store several copies locally for operational recovery and send copies off-site (electronically or physically) for disaster...

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