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What is Your Cloud Provider Doing for Disaster Recovery?

Not your disaster recovery. We mean disaster recovery for the cloud provider itself.

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3 Pitfalls with Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery

Cloud-based disaster recovery has a lot going for it, including cost reduction for hardware, software, maintenance, and staffing. Not only can organisations avoid the large initial investments associated with traditional DR and the need to buy their own servers, data … Continue reading

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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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A Social Engineering Primer for Business Continuity Managers

We live in a digital age with high-tech solutions everywhere. Yet cyber threats to business continuity don’t just come from vulnerabilities in machines, but in people too. Social engineering (a strange term that simply means ‘conning’ people in this context) … Continue reading

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