When Data Recovery Just Can't Wait
Lower your data protection costs without sacrificing performance or availability
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When most people think of disaster recovery, they consider the impact of natural catastrophes like hurricanes and earthquakes. However, companies are far more likely to succumb to more common events, such as ransomware, power outages and user error. These events may not conjure up images of flooded streets or destroyed buildings, but they can be among the most devastating disasters for companies that are not adequately prepared.
If you are faced with a disaster – whether natural or man-made – you must be ready. But getting to readiness doesn’t have to be expensive. You can enable faster restores and greater data availability and access with powerful simplicity. Consider these five data-recovery best practices to enable the rapid recovery your business requires – before downtime impacts your bottom line.