As many organizations are accelerating their path to the cloud, in discussions with other industries’ professionals, many leaders now think they are protected from downtimes because they are in the cloud. As continuity professionals, this statement causes heartburn for many of us because the cloud is just someone else's data center. However, the foundation of disaster recovery plans and procedures does not just go away because it isn't an infrastructure being managed by the company any longer. Over the last year, many big cloud providers have seen outages that took down their internal and customers' applications. The cloud is not…
The Colonial Pipeline’s Security Awareness Lessons
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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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Infrastructure Considerations for Disaster Recovery
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What 2022 Data Center Trends Mean for Business Continuity Specialists
The data center industry is in a continual state of evolution, but one factor remains constant: the need to ensure...
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