Jill Laubach, Sales and Market Readiness
Analysts agree that availability and continuity of IT-based business processes is a top priority for senior IT and security executives. The need to significantly upgrade business continuity and disaster recovery processes is also becoming more and more important. But what challenges have elevated all-things disaster-recovery to the top of your enterprise to-do list?
The emergence and rapid maturity of hybrid recovery capabilities, as well as the business need for faster, more effective disaster recovery is prompting growing numbers of enterprises to re-evaluate and improve their continuity solutions. Yesterday’s solutions are no longer enough. Your business can’t afford to have critical applications down for 24 to 72 hours. The IT team can’t wait 6 to 9 months to test the environment. Both business and IT need faster, more flexible solutions, but they have limited budget to do it.
Disaster-Recovery-as-a-Service is considered by many analysts to be one of the hottest emerging areas for cloud usage, and it can help companies maintain enterprise-class continuity with much faster recovery times than most traditional solutions.
If you’re interested in learning more about the latest challenges and opportunities in enterprise-class continuity, check out this HP viewpoint paper: Cloud-Based Business Continuity – New challenges and opportunities in enterprise....
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