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Essential Guide to Disaster Recovery

Disaster recovery has assumed a heightened profile over the past few years. So much so that looking back to only five years ago seems like the Dark Ages from here. It was common to come across many businesses without disaster recovery plans or provision. It still is, but with the mushrooming of disaster recovery technology in the past few years, there’s no excuse nowadays. Use this Essential Guide to disaster recovery to learn how to take advantage of new technologies that make the disaster recovery provision and planning process easier than it’s ever been.

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