DR planning is rarely a challenge that business leaders and their IT departments relish. "It will never happen to us" is a common assumption regarding disasters. Super Storm Sandy was a worst-case scenario that became a real-life crisis. Traditional DR practices, disciplines and frameworks fell short in ensuring timely business operations. While FEMA has been actively working to help companies resume a level ofbusiness continuity, no one can replace companies’ most valuable asset: their data.
The proliferation of corporate information means that traditional backup solutions like tape backup fall short in the protection of real-time transaction processing. Are you prepared? Can you guarantee a quick, repeatable response in the event of a disaster or system failure?
Read our latest white paper on the current state of DR preparedness by examining people, technology and geography as critical points of failure. Richard Dolewski, VP business development & disaster recovery at Velocity, illustrates how traditional DR plans place businesses at a high level of risk. The white paper offers:
Don’t wait any longer. Review your DR preparedness. And remember, it’s not just about data. Your people are equally important to the success of your recovery solution.