Access this article to learn an approach to ensure the "recovery" part of DR: Secure, off-site data storage. Read on to learn how to get started and find a business continuity checklist along with 8 criteria for reliable off-site storage.
In preparation for disasters, it's critical to have a backup site that can be used if your primary location goes down. Download this article about a new enterprise data center and learn more about protecting your IT infrastructure.
This paper looks at how any company can create an affordable infrastructure that delivers the full spectrum of protection - from simple data protection to disaster recovery to business continuity.
Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP) is the disciplined planning needed to prepare for a natural or man-made emergency that affects service availability. This data sheet presents an effective solution for COOP from HP.
This paper examines why companies should develop and implement an on-demand conferencing and collaboration plan that supports business continuity for both the enterprise and its customers.
Emerging technologies such as virtualization and cloud computing are driving the demand for a next generation data center. This essential resource explores how you can make your business operations more cost effective and how service providers can help you rationalize and optimize your infrastructure, and sustain rapid expansion.
When it comes to successfully recovering from a serious incident the Australians were the least confident. Just 22% of Australian businesses felt that they would be able to recover quickly in the event of downtime, compared to a global average of 50%.
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