Disaster Recovery has been a bugaboo of the IT industry for years. Automation, cloud services, and other innovations are finally helping companies move forward with their plans for true resiliency and the ability to quickly respond to hardware failures, malware and phishing attacks, natural disasters, and human error. For a broad overview of the consequences of poor disaster recovery implementation – and recommendations for how you can shore up your own resiliency, check out this report from 451 Research.
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