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Disaster Recovery

The Importance of Testing

by Aaron Russo | Friday, May 22, 2015

When a disaster, whether natural or man-made, threatens to affect your organization, you need to be fully prepared to rebuild your operations and continue providing service and support to your customers. While most organizations understand the importance of planning for disaster recovery (DR), they are not always confident with the plan they have in place. Once their procedures go into place, they can quickly become outdated as applications change. I can tell you that testing the effectiveness of a disaster recovery plan—or whether a plan works at all—is crucial to its success. 

Do you have a fully tested DR plan in place? The team I work with can help. Our experts have built disaster preparedness and business continuity plans for organizations of all sizes. Wherever your organization is in the disaster recovery lifecycle—from initial policy to periodic testing—we can help you make sure your plan is well designed, test it, and then measure the results from that test to instill confidence in your DR strategy. 

Are You Prepared To Weather A Disaster?

Keep Your Business Up and Running With a Solid Disaster Recovery Plan

by Aaron Russo | 05.18.15

I’ve been doing this for a long time now, so when I hear someone say that disaster recovery and business continuity(DR/BC) are related to major natural disasters—like blizzards, hurricanes, or floods—that’s true, but don’t forget about the other threats to your business. When you think about disaster recovery, make sure you consider computer failure, data and connectivity loss, and long-term power outages too. No matter what your line of business, keeping your IT systems up and running is at the core of your success. I know that it’s tough to plan for every possible threat to your organization, but it’s important to remember there’s more to disaster recovery than just planning for the weather. 

Flash Storage: Focusing on Your Needs

Upgrading Your Storage? Let Us Help.

by Aaron Russo | 05.15.15

Storage has evolved from devices the size of kitchen appliances that held less than 4MB to solid state drives smaller than a wallet. But, along with it, the decisions and potential consequences of those decisions have evolved as well. There’s really no bad decision to be made in the terms of storage—well, other than not buying enough—but there are decisions that can drain your budget while offering little or no ROI.

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