Sleep Soundly with a Solid Disaster Recovery Solution in Place You wake up in a cold sweat during what should be a peaceful night’s sleep – your white noise machine sings sweet lullabies of waves crashing on the shore; the temperature in your room is a crisp 65 degrees. But your mind is racing, and you just know something’s amiss.
Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) has grown from a niche solution to a crucial cloud application due to the cost savings and increased protection of digital assets. Managing production data is tough enough. DRaaS solutions help users avoid doubling that effort for backup workloads. That is one reason why DRaaS demand is growing at a 30% to 60% annual rate, though we think that rate is only going to accelerate as threats to data continue to be pervasive.
In the data center industry, we have been singing the mantra for over 10 years that Disaster Recovery is more than just about backup. Unfortunately, that message is still relevant today, possibly more so given the many different cloud options available for organizations of all sizes to quickly and easily backup data.
As you may already know, not all disaster recovery (DR) plans are created equal.
Is your business prepared for a natural disaster or power outage?
We recently came across this informative disaster recovery article posted by Cisco, and thought it was worth sharing. Written by David Alvarado, Regional Director of Service Delivery at Peak10, provides tips for success when implementing a DR strategy.
Hurricane Joaquin is on the way: Is your infrastructure disaster proof?
With the latest “Storm of the Century” approaching the Northeast, we thought it might be a good time to post a few disaster recovery tips and lessons learned.
While the IT organizations of many companies pride themselves on having 99.999% uptime, there always comes a time when the very systems they depend on are suddenly unavailable.
In honor of National Preparedness Month - we wanted to share an infographic that Agility Recovery put together. It highlights the importance of having a Disaster Recovery plan and the steps you can take to to put your plan into action. What you'll learn from this infographic: How to rate your risk Tips for creating a crisis communication plan Get a template for creating emergency wallet cards Tips for conducting a simple disaster recover test
Whether caused by tornados, hurricanes, earthquakes, or fires, disasters can throw communities into chaos. For businesses, major natural disasters can cause outages, data loss, and failures that can have international impacts. Protecting business applications against such disasters is a top concern.