In this e-guide learn how to turn back time on a disaster to recover what was lost; manage "deduped" data, and more. Read on to ensure your enterprise can take a hit and recover quickly, allowing for a low-impact return to normalcy.
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.
Check out this e-guide for an overview of business continuity essentials, including access to a free BC planning template, discussions on how cybersecurity and business continuity can collaborate to simplify recovery, and 10 risks to monitor.
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 white paper outlines each of these issues, why they are important for SMBs to address and how to resolve them while maximizing business continuity and minimizing IT resources necessary to accomplish the demands of maintaining Windows servers.
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%.