sponsored by Iron Mountain
Posted:  28 Nov 2012
Published:  22 Oct 2012
Format:  HTML
Type:  Technical Article
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Did you know that in 2010, $43 billion were paid out in claims after disasters? This may seem trivial, but in 2009, that amount was only $27 billion. It's clear that disasters do strike - but is your company and its data ready for a crisis of catastrophic proportions? This article can help you figure out if you are, and it also proposes a new approach to protecting company-critical data: Secure, off-site storage.

Check out this article now to explore the off-site data storage approach and find a business continuity checklist, eight criteria for off-site storage and three tips to getting started.






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