Qwest Communications has announced enhancements to its business continuity/disaster recovery portfolio with the launch of Qwest Real-Time Application Recovery. The new cloud-based service keeps business operations running uninterrupted in the event of a system failure and at a much lower price point than conventional backup solutions.

By partnering with Geminare, a leader in the Recovery as a Service (RaaS) market, this hosted cloud-based solution protects the most popular applications, including e-mail and databases, with zero capital investment and no onsite hardware requirements by being fully managed, hosted in a Qwest CyberCenter.

Should a server or network disruption occur, customers using Qwest Real-Time Application Recovery have immediate and secure access to their e-mail, file and database server content regardless of whether they are working from a remote location or company headquarters. The solution is fully automated and requires no intervention on the part of the user or customer IT staff.

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The DOJ will require Gray Television and Quincy Media to divest 10 broadcast television stations in seven local markets as a condition of resolving a challenge to Gray’s proposed $925 million of Quincy. The

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