Improve Your IT DR Program. What You Need to Know:

It’s tough out there. Risks that impact continuity of operations continue to grow. Natural disasters, equipment failure, cyberattacks and human error are just the tip of the iceberg. It’s a constant challenge to keep your business up and running 365/24/7.

According to Gartner “Many organizations struggle to align their disaster recovery (DR) planning efforts with business-defined requirements and specific outcomes.”

Gartner analyzed hundreds of inquiries and have identified 16 tips to enhance your DR program. These 16 tips are organized among the six components of the disaster recovery program planning process.

Download the full report to discover the 16 tips recommended by Gartner.

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One Provider for All of Your Needs

While the great majority of DRaaS providers are limited to supporting virtualized x86 environments, Recovery Point has decades of experience supporting complex, heterogeneous environments, as well, including:

In addition to protecting your servers, we can provide orchestrated cross-platform failover and failback to protect your applications and business processes. Our programs are all software and technology agnostic; we design and manage solutions that fit your needs, not ours. Protection extends to wherever your assets and data reside, whether on-premises, in a private, public or hybrid cloud, in a dedicated or multi-tenant Recovery Point cloud or any combination that best supports your achieving maximum business resilience.

While there are many cloud disaster recovery solutions on the market, Recovery Point is one of the few with the recognized experience and expertise to handle complex environments.

 

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