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From an organizational point of view, the concept of resilience is basically the same as the concept of business continuity: An organization’s ability to react properly in the event of a disaster or some other kind of disruption, and recover its...
Why Do Disaster Recovery in the Cloud? MSPmentor (blog) However, before we discuss how this is done, lets first look at what options are available for Disaster recovery and then discuss why cloud based disaster recovery makes the most sense for...
With so many natural disasters occurring around the United States and the world, small-to-medium-size businesses (SMBs) have been hit hard as they try to keep their operations running with all types of challenges.
Other top arguments for using the private cloud include the ability to enable business continuity (20 percent); replacing on-premise legacy technology (20 percent); and speed of deployment (19 percent).
The right managed service provider can be an integral part of ensuring the right path to business continuity. (How can you ensure business continuity, especially within your #disasterrecovery strategy?
The Data Center Journal Five Reasons Not to Cut Disaster Recovery from Your Budget The Data Center Journal Organizations that use disaster-recovery-as-a-service (DRaaS) providers reported cost savings as the leading benefit of using the public...
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From raging wildfires in Arizona to floods in Colorado and the massive earthquake in China this past summer, 2013 has proven to be another year of extreme conditions. And while building damage tends to dominate the news reels, data loss can actually be significantly more catastrophic for a business.
How do you put a value on lost medical records or a client’s financial information or proprietary, internal business documents? Losing critical or private data can often result in a company closing its doors for good. By some accounts 25% of businesses don’t reopen after a major natural disaster. And 70% of small companies that experience a major data loss from a natural disaster go out of business within a year.
Fortunately cloud-based disaster recovery options can help ensure natural disasters result in only temporary set backs. Here are four simple steps to help prepare your business for the worst:
How to Create an Effective Business Continuity Plan CIO Natural and manmade disasters underscore the challenges of seamless disaster recovery in the real world. Having a comprehensive business continuity plan isn't just an IT concern; though.
I've written several times recently on the disruptive nature of cloud computing and how its omnipresent nature is removing complexity from traditional business processes and practices. Another increasing trend I am seeing is ...
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