There is no truer saying than ‘Failing to plan, is planning to fail’ when it comes to Disaster recovery and your business. Disaster Recovery is the Insurance of the IT world. IT is investing in something you hope you will never need.
The following article will discuss the difference between Disaster Recovery and business Continuity and also explain the equal importance of each and best methods of implementation.
Disaster recovery (DR) refers to your company’s ability to restore the data and applications that run your business, should a data centre, server or infrastructure become damaged/ destroyed or terminate.
Arguably one of the most important points when discussing disaster recovery is ‘How quickly, can we recover and restore the data?’
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