sponsored by Iron Mountain
Posted:  30 Nov 2012
Published:  16 Oct 2012
Format:  HTML
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

As if the growing cyber-threat and compliance regulations landscapes weren't intimidating enough, according to global reinsurance firm Munich Re, 2011 was the most expensive year in history for natural disasters worldwide. If your data isn't comprehensively, seriously protected, it's not too late to craft a bulletproof disaster recovery and business continuity plan. After all, you can't change the weather, but you can prepare for the worst. 

In this article, read the case for business continuity and check out some stats proving how necessary a DR/BC plan is in today's treacherous physical and digital climates. Access it now to learn what to consider when making a DR/BC assessment and take the best actions to protect what's yours.






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