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With Everything-as-a-Service, Disaster Recovery is Still Your Problem

Ever since Marc Andreessen declared that software is eating the world, IT’s appetite for transforming the physical into the virtual has carried on unabated. The Internet has created massive amounts of new business.

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The Reverse of Disaster Recovery is More Difficult than You Think

In this disaster recovery blog, you’re probably used to seeing articles on DR, DRP, DRM and in general anything relating to getting data and systems back in order after an IT incident.

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Disaster Recovery for Legacy Systems Can Be a Real Headache

Like a challenge? Trying to figure out your disaster recovery plan for a legacy system could be just the thing. But don’t come complaining when you’ve run out of aspirin to take the pain away, because DR for old apps … Continue reading

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Five Profiles to Ponder When You Start Testing Your Business Continuity

Good business continuity planning may be half the battle. But if you haven’t tested to check your plan works, then don’t expect to win. The example of organisations that did data backups, failed to test and found afterwards their files … Continue reading

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How Simple Can a Disaster Recovery Plan Be?

Sometimes it’s difficult to see the forest for the trees. Disaster recovery plans can rapidly grow in complexity, as organisations get larger and IT systems more intricate. The use of templates can sometimes help DR planners to focus on essentials, … Continue reading

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