Read almost any article about cloud computing, and you’ll be tempted to believe that all your IT challenges will go away when you move your applications to the cloud. You’ll lower your infrastructure costs, reduce administrative effort, and make resources available more quickly to your users. Let’s extend that fantasy to disaster recovery (DR). We all know that planning, implementing, and testing DR is a lot of work. Now that new cloud services are available that offer a variety of DR capabilities. Presto. Problem solved. Time for IT administrators to head to the beach, right? We all know that isn’t the case, but let’s examine the topic of DR in the age of cloud to see how cloud can help make your applications and systems more secure. DR in the Cloud: Options and Issues Today the vast majority of enterprise executives believe that a comprehensive disaster recovery plan is a necessary business and competitive
DR in the Age of CloudWritten by SCOTT HARRIS
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