sponsored by Asigra
Posted:  28 Jun 2013
Published:  28 Jun 2013
Format:  PDF
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

A backup and recovery plan by itself doesn’t guarantee the availability of your data in the event of a disruption. You have to evaluate and test it regularly to ensure that it serves its purpose. This expert guide from SearchDisasterRecovery.com explores the measures and management tactics for data protection success, particularly if you’re using cloud backup services as part of your strategy.

Read on to learn why your disaster recovery plan should focus on the consequences of an interruption, rather than just the cause.






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