It’s an unfortunate fact of life that IT infrastructure can and does fail. Faulty power grids, gas leaks, environmental hazards, or more common incidents caused by people or processes – these things happen. If your organisation were hit by a major IT problem, would it survive?
In the past, disaster recovery was cost-prohibitive and complex. Now with the prevalence of quality data centres, improvements in virtualisation and replication software, and the availability of high speed broadband, it is possible to deliver cost-effective, operational disaster recovery services. It has become a viable – and valuable – option for most organisations.