When it comes to business continuity, even the most developed program can go astray if a hurricane — or cybercriminal — finds a flaw in a company’s disaster recovery plan. That could include hosting digital data and critical software solutions on-premises. Instead, organizations should consider building their business continuity and disaster recovery plans in the cloud.
Wondering if it’s time to re-evaluate the foundation of your disaster recovery plans? Ask yourself if you know:
Even when we are prepared for one scenario, something completely unexpected is likely to occur. True resilience and disaster recovery is possible, however — when crucial information is stored in the cloud and vital business processes are cloud-based.
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