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2 complimentary planning guides: Modernizing data protection and DR/BC planning best practices

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Expert Tips for Preventing and Resolving Potential Backup and Recovery Issues

The importance of effective data protection cannot be overstated, especially given today’s expectations for anytime, anywhere access to data.

This e-guide provides an in-depth overview of both the backup and disaster recovery aspects of a successful defense strategy. Read on to find out three best practices to avoid unforeseen backup problems and obtain expert recommendations to help you navigate the DR planning process with ease.

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