Anyone responsible for disaster recovery (DR) inevitably cares about data protection. To achieve even the most basic DR objectives, organizations must put the correct data protection technologies in place. The technology selection task becomes increasingly difficult considering the multitude of data protection technologies currently available. Organizations must understand, prioritize, and choose from among these technologies to properly build out a next generation DR strategy. To do so, mapping current applications to nine DR data protection pillars will facilitate building out a next generation DR strategy. An Increase in Affordable Data Protection Choices As recently as five years ago, organizations had…
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How to Defend Against Cyberattacks That Take Over Admin Accounts
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Rethinking Disaster Recovery for Cloud-based SaaS Applications
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