Evolution of IT Disaster Recovery
See the timeline of events leading to the start of IT disaster recovery and beyond, and the company that has provided disaster recovery for over 3 decades.
History has shown that disasters are on the rise, that hardware and software failures are constant threats and human errors are inevitable. The fact is, we’re always going to need disaster recovery programs.
The Top 10 Reports for Managing Vulnerabilities
New network vulnerabilities appear constantly and the ability for IT security professionals to handle new flaws, fix misconfigurations and protect against threats requires constant attention. However, with shrinking budgets and growing responsibilities, time and resources are constrained. Therefore, sifting through pages of raw vulnerability information yields few results and makes it impossible to accurately measure your security posture.
This paper cuts through the data overload generated by some vulnerability detection solutions and introduces The Top 10 Reports for Managing Vulnerabilities.
Best Practices for Cloud-Based Recovery
Learn what to look for in a cloud-based recovery solution. Recovery-as-a-Service (RaaS) has been available for some time, and has leveraged a number of infrastructure options and recovery platforms. Many of these options have provided a recovery solution that is flexible, scalable, and secure. And in some cases, service providers offer fully managed solutions with the expertise to support heterogeneous IT environments.
The arrival of cloud computing ushers in a new platform for RaaS. Application recovery on cloud-based infrastructure offers the benefits of shared tenancy — greater efficiency and lower cost — combined with the faster recovery speed and improved scalability that comes with virtualization.
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