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Category: Data recovery
13 August, 2012
IT decision makers need to consider the importance of having an integrated physical and virtual data recovery process.
Most businesses introduce cloud computing to enhance the flexibility and capacity of their current data management systems.
But the cloud is also beneficial from a business continuity point of view, as it provides employees with a way to access all the information they need to keep working remotely should a disaster befall their normal place of work.
However, there are occasions when the cloud can be affected by natural disasters too, with Amazon experiencing a brief outage as a result of severe storms earlier this year.
This means firms need to ensure they have all bases covered when it comes to data recovery so that work can continue whatever happens.
Mostly data recovery in this case will be a two-point process that involves getting hold of all the data needed to run the company day-to-day and then doing a more thorough recovery of all other data and systems.
Complex data recovery requires expertise. Speak to the data recovery industry pioneers at Kroll Ontrack to find out how we can help recover from any data loss type, system of cause.
Posted by Lucy Hill