During a business disruption caused by a natural disaster or a health emergency, it’s safer for employees to stay away from the office. But this means they can’t access their physical desktops. The COVID-19 pandemic offers an opportunity to look at how cloud computing – and specifically cloud desktops – can help organizations keep their employees safe and secure while also maintaining business continuity and productivity.   The problem with legacy desktops and legacy DR  Legacy disaster recovery (DR) solutions require complex pre- and post-disaster planning and execution in order to properly implement the solution. This includes long checklists of items…
The State of Business Continuity Preparedness 2021
Forrester Research and Disaster Recovery Journal have partnered to field a number of market studies on business continuity (BC) and...
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The Next Chapter for Business: Navigating the Return to Work
The COVID pandemic has been running wild for exactly one year—but fortunately it seems to have run its course. At...
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Creating a People-Centric Business Continuity Plan
If global organizations didn’t acknowledge the importance of strategic business resilience planning before 2020, they certainly do now. From food...
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To Invoke or Not to Invoke – Is It A Matter of Complexity, Confidence, Or Control?
Companies across all industries and verticals have an ever-increasing dependence on technology. Secure access and robust, minute-to-minute performance from IT...
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