Data: The 21st Century Building Material
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As organizations continue to increase their reliance on their IT infrastructure and the underlying data, those that do not have a formal disaster recovery strategy are exposing themselves to a high risk of data recovery failure, which could potentially lead to:
High-profile and complex cyber-attacks, defacement of corporate websites, DDoS attacks, and unanticipated environmental factors are causing unscheduled downtime of critical data. Such factors emphasize the need to develop effective strategies, to recover critical data and IT services, in the most efficient and effective manner with minimal or accepted loss.
As continuity and recovery services continue to be an integral part of an organization’s success, organizations must determine the most appropriate continuity and recovery strategy for their business model. They should consider the benefits and challenges of the available options:
If your organization has yet to develop or needs assistance deciding on the most appropriate Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery strategy, we would be more than happy to provide assistance with such critical services. Please contact Eric Wright at 412-697-5328.
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