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Is your disaster recovery plan set up for “virtual” success or a “real” nightmare? Traditional disaster recovery planning is critical to an organization but not easy to implement. In most production data centers today IT is forced to manage a mixed environment of heterogeneous hardware and software platforms. With business leaders focused on continuous improvement, IT managers are forced to tighten capital expenditures and contain costs while delivering a highly available, resilient, and agile IT infrastructure. In this highly demanding environment, IT staff must also demonstrate disaster recovery capabilities that meet the ever-changing business continuity metrics.Why do so many traditional…

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It seems like less than a decade ago we didn’t have any standards on business continuity in the United States,...
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