Disaster planning and recovery are often viewed as the need for backup systems to safeguard an organization’s data. Here’s a little hint for the survival of your company ... it’s not just about the data. The IT and data elements of disaster preparedness are critical components to overall preparedness, but this is the first part of the story. In today’s technological and global environment, banks and financial institutions – and more importantly, their customers – rely heavily on access to their data 24x7x365. Any interruption of that access can be catastrophic to the organization. Increasingly, this data is not only…
How Ignoring Data Backups Puts Your Processes, Products, and People at Risk
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Backup and Disaster Recovery Services: Only as Reliable as Your Network Connection
Most of us are aware of the growing importance of data for today’s information-driven businesses and organizations. Data has become...
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‘The Cloud’ is Just Someone Else’s Data Center
As many organizations are accelerating their path to the cloud, in discussions with other industries’ professionals, many leaders now think...
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Tracey Rice Named to DRJ Executive Council
ARNOLD, Mo. – Tracey Rice was recently appointed to the Disaster Recovery Journal Executive Council. Rice is the senior vice...
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