FAQ: Building a DR site vs. outsourcing disaster recovery
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After a disaster strikes it may seem impossible to get back to business as usual but with a solid disaster recovery (DR) plan, companies can minimize the effects and get back on track fairly painlessly. One choice organizations need to make when thinking about DR is to decide to build their own DR site or to outsource those services to a third-party vendor.

Access this E-Guide to learn more about the thought that should go into making this decision. Read on to discover more about the importance of a good DR plan and learn:

  • The pros and cons of custom-built DR sites vs. outsourced DR
  • The differences between hot sites, cold sites and warm sites
  • Key points to think about when developing your own site
  • And more
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