A rainy day can have you rethinking your contingency plans
- Published on December 6, 2012
- Written by Mike McClain, Senior Web Designer & Site Manager
The unprecedented impact of Superstorm Sandy is forcing financial institutions to rethink assumptions about disaster recovery, contingency planning, and the vulnerability of on-premise solutions. And as a result, we may see widespread adoption of cloud-based disaster-recovery solutions in which third party data centers in remote, land-locked locations are relied on to conduct mission-critical technology operations while the client institution itself is handling the disaster.