If you recover fast enough, did the disaster even happen?
There’s no time for business downtime
While the notion of system backup may seem obvious, disaster avoidance is really about keeping your business running in the wake of disruption or downtime.
Quick recovery times are great, but does it really matter how quickly you get your data back, if that data is from yesterday? Avoid a system (and financial) disaster by getting your Recovery Point Objectives (RPOs) and Recovery Time Objectives (RTOs) in sync.
Follow The Workload
Imagine a world where you automatically failover to the cloud and carry on business as usual, whether one critical server goes down or your entire IT environment. Now wake up, because you’ve just avoided an IT disaster.
Plan For The Unplannable
Many companies don’t realize they’re exposed until something happens. Take steps now to move from managing backups to managing disaster readiness. Hint: get one step ahead with DRaaS that’s built with the performance you need to keep running normally in an outage.
The key to your company's success is dependent on your ability to avoid IT disasters
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