Data protection providers now routinely roll out new announcements about their instant recovery features. Prompted by the rise in ransomware attack, more organizations demand this feature as part of their data protection solution. Using this technology, organizations may “instantly” recover from an attack or outage and resume production activities. While this technology helps organizations achieve this goal, multiple variances between each offering’s instant recovery feature exist. These differences start with how they define instant recovery and include differences in ease of use, recovery point objectives (RPOs), and scope of recovery. These variations merit organizations verify exactly how well any solution…
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