If you’re like many organizations, you have an inadequate disaster recovery (DR) program that leaves you vulnerable to risks such as loss of revenue, penalties and fines, not to mention the potential for negative impact to your business reputation due to downtime or data loss. Despite these risks, you’re likely having a difficult time justifying an adequate investment in DR to your senior management. You may feel like the only way you can attract management’s attention to this issue is to manually pull the plug on your data center on a regular basis. This article will give you strategies for…
Use DR Data Protection Pillars to Build a Next-gen DR Strategy
Anyone responsible for disaster recovery (DR) inevitably cares about data protection. To achieve even the most basic DR objectives, organizations...
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Liquid Cooling Can Prevent Data Center Disaster In the Age of AI
Maintaining precise temperature and humidity control in data centers has long been a top concern for operators, but recent trends...
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Three Questions to Jumpstart DR Budget Discussions
The 2022 IT budget planning season is well underway and with the rising frequency and impact of cybercrime growing each...
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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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