World Vision Australia Modernizes Its Business Continuity Infrastructure
sponsored by Hewlett-Packard Limited

World Vision Australia is the country’s largest charitable organisation, raising over $350 million to help more than 20 million people every year.

World Vision’s operations depend on having uninterrupted access to business systems and technology. While the organisation had invested in some recovery capability, it was limited in scope and management and it was not certain it could cope in the event of a disaster.

This short white paper explores how World Vision easily and affordably deployed a modern end-to-end business continuity system to ensure critical business processes are fully supported no matter what. Read now to learn how World Vision now benefits from:

  • Ability to instantly restore all relevant data and applications
  • Aligned IT and business goals
  • Recovery workplace site available 24/7
  • And more
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