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While there is no denying the importance of disaster recovery/business continuity (DR/BC) planning for any enterprise that wants to minimize the impact of unplanned disruptions, it is also a given that there is no one right way to achieve an effective DR/BC strategy. An organization’s specific recovery point and recovery time objectives will drive the selection and allocation of technologies, personnel and facilities best suited to its own DR/BC requirements. Beyond choosing the right combination of tape-, disk- or cloud-based backup, and the optimum location for a hot site, cold site or warm site recovery facility, for most organizations the…
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Disaster Recovery as a Service Becomes a Reality for Mid-sized Businesses
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To enable organizations and communities to identify and respond to a plethora of disasters and crises, they require strong support...
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Virtualization Can’t Guarantee Data Availability
Virtualization platforms such as those from VMware, Microsoft and Citrix can provide for advances in high availability (HA) for most...
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