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June 27, 2013

Enterprise Clouds Expand Disaster Recovery

Business leaders and IT professionals don't often like to think about contingency plans. It seems like the more a company plans for a disaster, the more it expects one to occur. This attitude doesn't necessarily cause arrogance or ignorance, but what it can result in is too little attention paid to business continuity plans, of which disaster recovery is a significant component. Denying the problem doesn't make it any less likely to occur, but it can mean taking a harder hit to business-critical functionality if it does. These businesses, in addition to those that do seek out extensive disaster recovery plans, should be aware of the strengths of enterprise cloud computing.

Part of what will drive security and business continuity improvement in enterprise clouds is the oversight inherent in the cloud computing model, according to the Jacksonville Business Journal. Cloud service providers and adopters enter into agreements in which CSPs are responsible for protecting another business' resources, be it data, infrastructure or IT. Further developments in cloud partner programs will only increase the number of businesses that are directly responsible for upholding the integrity of another's networked resources.

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