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Your Business Continuity Plan and the Role of the Cloud

From weather-related disruptions to the continuing onslaught of security breaches, there is no shortage of threats to the operation of business networks and data centers. To cope, companies know they need to have contingency plans in place for various sorts of disruptions.

Too often disaster recovery and business continuity planning can get put off, pushed to the back burner where plans tend to remain half-baked. Whatever the state of your Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity plan, now may be a good time to revisit it. New cloud-based disaster recovery options are emerging that may offer a better level of protection at the same or lower price than what was previously possible.

This paper outlines the key elements of a Business Continuity Plan and the role of the cloud in supporting that plan including archiving, backup and recovery, and cloud-based failover.

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Elements of a Sound Business Continuity Plan – and the Role of the Cloud

New cloud-based disaster recovery options are emerging that may offer a better level of protection at the same or lower price. This paper outlined what a sound business continuity plan should look like and how new cloud-based offerings may be able to play a role.





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