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:
- Where information is stored
- How it is accessed
- The cost of maintaining those systems
- If any kind of disaster can disrupt those operations
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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