The importance of disaster recovery testing can’t be overstated. It’s one thing to have a DR plan in place. It’s a whole different ballgame to execute that plan flawlessly because so much can go wrong in the eye of the storm. You might encounter an issue and have no idea who to call. You might have a name and number, but then you realize in the middle of the crisis that the individual no longer works for your company. These are just some of the issues which could arise in a disaster. If you’re missing even a single piece of…
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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Rethinking Disaster Recovery for Cloud-based SaaS Applications
Dropbox. Google Workspaces (formerly G Suite). Microsoft Office 365. Salesforce. These software-as-a-service (SaaS) offerings represent some of the business-critical applications...
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Are Your BC & DR Programs Designed for Ransomware?
Can you name the top risks you should be planning for as a business continuity professional? According to the World...
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Outsourcing: The Answer to Healthcare IT Challenges
The 2020 pandemic brought many issues for the healthcare industry, from hospitals overwhelmed by the amount of patients to a...
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