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Disaster Recovery Whitepapers and Ebooks

Cloud backup services have an increasing appeal in the market with promises of reduced costs in backup media and media management. There are many questions that should be asked in order to determine the fit of this technology in a disaster recovery solution. Here are some questions to consider. What is the recovery option the cloud backup service provides?  Do the recovery options match with the recovery time objective (RTO) outlined in the company’s business continuity plan? How will you get to your data in the event of a disaster? After answering questions like these you may find that cloud based backups services can be best suited as a compliment to an existing backup solution. One idea in this scenario is to use the technology for an archiving solution. Another excellent placement for this technology is for a remote office or remote user. The remote user can have a synchronized copy of their hard drive in the cloud always available and easily retrievable for a single user. 

  • Maintaining Continuity of Operations with a Disaster Tolerance Strategy
  • Business Risk and the Midsize Firm: What Can Be Done to Minimize Disruptions?
  • Strategy Guide to Business Risk Mitigation for Financial Services
  • ESG - Re-architecting Disaster Recovery Solutions Leveraging WAN Optimization Technology
  • The CIO's New Guide to Design of Global IT Infrastructure
  • Best Practices in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
  • Juniper Lights Up Commercial Buildings with High-Flying WLAN Services
  • Intelligent Health Care: Strategies for getting the most out of your business intelligence systems
  • The Benefits of Virtualization for Small and Medium Businesses: Vmware - WPF SMB Survey Results
  • The Top Ten Most Forgotten Things When Building a Disaster Recovery Plan