What really occurs when an unexpected outage of your critical applications, such as SAP or Oracle apps, go down? Well, you needn’t wait for a dramatic tsunami or category-three hurricane to find out. An unexpected outage most likely is caused from component failure, a long term electrical outage or bursting pipes in your data center that can cause more than enough damage to make headlines.
If you want to make sure your company’s reputation stays intact, you must maintain the continuity of your IT-based business operations in the midst of complex IT environments, multiple sourcing models, and external threats. If not, you will have to face the business consequences that adversely affect your reputation, cause lost revenue and result in lost market share. A business environment that doesn’t have a proven, tested continuity solution in place could be a recipe for disaster!
Watch this real-life video of a disaster in action and see how HP, a company with 28 years of continuity and disaster recovery services experience, manages an unexpected outage. How does it all go down? And I mean that literally. What are the key steps to recovering critical business applications?
George Ferguson, HP Continuity Services Marketing Manager, walks you through recovery as a service, showing just ‘how it all goes down’ when there is an unexpected outage.