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Cost-Control Through IT Intelligence

Written by  Eran Farajun

If you haven’t started using data recovery intelligence yet to elevate IT infrastructure uptime, then it may be time to begin. With the advent of recovery tracking technology to identify system failures throughout the enterprise, organizations now have the ability to use this data resource to enhance business continuity. Big Data enabled applications continue to make their presence felt across business categories, allowing for new and innovative solutions that address longstanding business problems. Data recovery tracking is built upon this new area and promises to enhance infrastructure monitoring for organizations plagued by regular system failures by providing a combination of signals and user feedback as data recoveries occur. A key advantage of recovery tracking is that it assists IT teams by providing previously unavailable information, allowing IT professionals to take control of data loss events by addressing the reasons behind them. Recovery analytics are at the heart of this new intelligence-driven revolution