By waiting to begin the recovery of an application until its preceding application has been fully validated, IT can give calculated attention to each tier for a successful recovery. Organizing and recovering applications in a step-by-step manner gives a more accurate prediction to stakeholders of when your business will fully recover and return IT systems to end users.
Backups vs. Disaster Recovery as a Service: The difference between driving away and heading back to the shop
A common misunderstanding is what Backup-as-a-Service (BaaS) is compared to Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS). The difference is more than just price and provider.
Here are five worst-case pitfalls to avoid in your disaster recovery plan, so you can ensure a smooth and effective recovery of your most crucial data and IT systems.
InterVision has been positioned as a strong performer by Forrester Research's The Forrester Wave™: Disaster-Recovery-As-A-Service Providers, Q1 2019 report.
Some IT departments are strapped for resources and may be tempted to take shortcuts in implementing and managing their IT disaster recovery plans – which puts companies at major risk. To prevent making these mistakes yourself, it's important to learn from others' failures.
Cyber incidents using third parties as an attack vector are driving an increase in cybersecurity and governance audits across many industries. If your organization is overwhelmed with concerned clients, this white paper offers four tips for responding to these concerns.