Email as Part of a Business Continuity Strategy: Why always-on-business requires always-on-email
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Few businesses could function without email, and email provides a critical coordination tool during an outage, yet due to the cost and complexity of providing true email continuity many businesses do not have business continuity plans that protect email adequately.

Continuity and archiving services may prove more cost effective for email than high availability clustering, especially when considered in the light of continued governance, risk mitigation and compliance.

The paper looks at the general approaches available to ensure email continuity from a high level and the implications of deploying each strategy on infrastructure, budget, people and resilience.

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