What You Should Know About Do-It-Yourself Disaster Recovery
With the mounting pressures to keep businesses up and running to avoid potentially devastating financial losses, IT professionals are looking at Do-It-Yourself options for Disaster Recovery. This white paper is your guide to key facts you should know before embarking on such a project and the myths surrounding DIY DR as well as valid alternatives.
The Status Quo is No Longer Good Enough
Disaster recovery and business continuity have always been important functions in the world of IT. Over time, however, processes that were once performed manually (perhaps on paper) have given way to the digital age. In fact, entire organizations are built around their IT capabilities.
As a result of the ever-increasing importance that IT plays in business operations, disaster recovery and business continuity capabilities have gone from being viewed as “important” to being considered “mission critical.” It is inevitable that hardware will eventually fail (studies have shown annual failure rates range from 15% to 20%), and without proper data protection, certain types of hardware failures can have catastrophic consequences for the business.
Read more in the full whitepaper.