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Links 1 through 10 of 23 by Cory Edwards tagged disasterrecovery

Disaster recovery-as-a-Service is beginning to show up as a solution for making DR implementations less expensive and more automated.

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Following news of massive natural disasters, more companies are implementing disaster recovery plans and procedures for IT systems and critical enterprise applications, but once in place many companies fail to maintain, update and test these systems so they can be relied on in a real disaster.

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Nearly half IT administrators said they consider cloud disaster recovery (DR) services a viable option for disaster recovery, although security remains the chief concern, according to a survey of 1,473 small- to medium-sized enterprise (SME) and enterprise IT professionals in the United States.

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According to the Uptime Institute, human error causes roughly 70 percent of the problems that plague data centers today. Research illustrating this trend included 4,500 data-center incidents including 400 full downtime events.

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