Disaster recovery is not only about natural disasters. In today's intermingling of physical and digital worlds, "data disasters" have arisen with the potential to bring enterprises across all industries to their knees. Data is among the most valuable assets of an enterprise, but it is also the target of cyber criminals who are intent on creating human-generated or AI-generated "disasters" that wreak havoc, distract leaders, and incur the most harm possible. A cyberattack, such as a ransomware attack which takes all of the enterprise's data "hostage" for ransom, is now deemed a disaster on par with a Category 5 hurricane…
Backup Power: How Innovation is Keeping the Lights on at Data Centers
The sheer number of moving pieces and parts in a data center is staggering. Cabinets, servers, CRACs, CRAHs, chillers, UPS,...
READ MORE >
Structuring Recovery and Business Continuity in an Unstructured Environment
Disaster recovery and business continuity must function now in a far more risk-laden and complex environment. While ransomware threats continue...
READ MORE >
Is Disaster Recovery the Unsung Cybersecurity Hero?
With 600,000 new malware threats being identified every day, experts warn that every company will eventually be a victim. What...
READ MORE >
Secure Disaster Recovery Starts with a Strong Backup Environment
No one in IT leadership wants to go through a data disaster recovery effort or rectify large-scale impacts to corporate...
READ MORE >