It’s a rare company that is completely confident in its disaster recovery (DR) plan. DR strategy is challenging for organizations of all sizes and stripes – both from a cost perspective, and simply because it’s not easy to be aware of every possible looming threat which can result in aggravating and expensive unplanned downtime. The fact is perfect disaster recovery architecture can seem unattainable for a number of good reasons. First, budgets can be prohibitive, given the financial and staff resources needed for effective DR planning and implementation. Unless your company has been forced to react as the victim of…
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