When it comes to recovering data, faster is better. Whether data is lost because of an accidental data corruption, system failure, or a catastrophic disaster, the results are the same. Mission-critical applications are inoperable or unavailable, and recovering the data intact and complete becomes the highest priority. Data is the lifeblood of any organization and getting business-critical data back online quickly is vital to the success of any disaster recovery effort. Companies worldwide are examining disaster recovery plans and processes in careful detail, questioning every facet, looking for every minute that can be saved, all with the single objective of ensuring that systems can be recovered as quickly as possible. Most disaster recovery plans include backup and restore procedures for computer and network systems and critical applications. However, considering a company’s data is its most valuable business asset, it is equally important to include processes and procedures for managing, maintaining, and recovering
Thursday, 22 November 2007 00:18
Effective Strategy for Meeting Disaster Recovery SLAsWritten by Jim Lee
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