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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  • For Infrastructure & Operations Professionals

    Report:Master The Eight Disruptors That Will Transform Business Technology Resiliency In 2013

    Landscape: The Business Technology Resiliency Playbook

    This report defines and dissects the intersections and future directions of the solutions that make up the business technology (BT) resiliency landscape. It also identifies and catalogs the vendors...

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  • For Infrastructure & Operations Professionals

    Report:Updated Q4 2010: Market Overview: Backup Software-As-A-Service

    The First Of Many IT Ops-Focused SaaS Offerings

    It's been almost two years since we last produced this report, and during that time the vendor landscape has changed considerably; however, one constant remains true: Backup is a struggle for both...

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  • For Infrastructure & Operations Professionals

    Report:Virtual Machine Consolidation Ratio Benchmark, 2009

    How Many Virtual Machines Can Enterprises Fit On A Single Physical Server?

    According to a recent Forrester survey, the physical to virtual consolidation ratio of server virtualization users varies significantly by company and industry. If your organization has implemented...

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