Ransomware attacks continue to rise not only in frequency, but in complexity and cost as well. It's time to transition to a cyber-resilient approach to ensure always-on service.
Having a solid disaster recovery solutions for datacenters has been top of mind ever since the inception of IT. But IT has changed and evolved with the introduction of server virtualization and the cloud. Are the technologies we have been using over the past 2 decades still suitable for our ever changing and growing workloads, or do we need to look at a new more integrated virtual-aware and flexible solution?
Saving time, money and most importantly your data. Being able to achieve business continuity is vital to a business during a data loss event. This Runbook template will be a living document that your team can update and change at any time. By utilizing this template, IT teams can reduce human errors and bring machines back on line efficiently during what could be a very stressful time.
Businesses today are all at risk of facing a disaster that can inflict a high risk to the business. The implementation of a business continuity strategy has never been more necessary in order to minimize essential data loss, maximize productivity & efficiency, and to ensure uptime. Ask yourself, do you know exactly how much an outage could cost your business if you were faced with a potential IT disaster? If you don't, your company is putting it's most valuable asset, data, up for risk.
Data is the lifeblood of a business and it's up to IT Departments to keep it accessible and protected. With the ever changing landscape of networks, storage growth, the current (and intense) focus on security, and more professionals working from home, there are many challenges that IT professionals can face.