The biggest driver in DR in the Cloud is the utility-like aspect of purchasing infrastructure, because you only pay for what you use.
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.
The value of continuous availability doesn't only extend to servicing customers. It enables employees to perform their job tasks.
InterVision continuously tests its own resiliency in various formats on an ongoing basis, but our latest DR simulation was the most important test of the year.
As you go through the purchasing process, you're going to have questions. We want to help you understand all the information you can, so you make the most informed decision.
Choosing the right DRaaS provider for a secure business environment can be tricky, especially if you're an organization covered by HIPAA and HITECH regulations.
The Internet is all a buzz with conversation about cloud computing, especially after a series of conferences this fall where various firms have unveiled their approach to cloud computing.
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.
Security is of upmost importance in the financial industry, and it's not easy. While some tasks may fall to the bottom of your never-ending to-do list when time and resources are limited, security simply cannot.