From hurricanes, wildfires and floods, to brown-outs and network failures, disasters – whether they are natural or manmade, innocent or malicious, are going to occur. The ability to protect against, while ensuring the ability to recover quickly from such outages and site incidents, remains at the top of virtually all IT priority lists. In fact, millions upon millions are being spent on disaster recovery (DR) solutions because of the “what if” question. “What if we were to face a disaster – could we protect our data and service availability?” “What if we faced the disaster and lost data and/or access?”…