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One Year After Hurricane Sandy … Are You Prepared for a Disaster?

Today’s IP news roundup highlights some of the latest headlines in convergence, virtualization and more: One year after Hurricane Sandy, Forbes.com has published a list of things you may be forgetting at your disaster recovery site. The article states, “Most business continuity and disaster...
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Recover from Outages in Minutes – Not Hours

According to Dell, you no longer have days – or even hours – to recover from outages, as “Today’s internal and external users have much higher expectations when it comes to server availability: they want to see applications available all the time, 24 hours a day in many cases. This raises...
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Will asteroids or bedbugs attack your business?

BUSINESS CONTINUITY AWARENESS WEEK It may sound far-fetched, but threats to IT infrastructure can now include anything from ‘near-Earth objects” to insect infestations. Here’s how you prioritize.
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Why business continuity demands succession planning of Papal proportions

BUSINESS CONTINUITY AWARENESS WEEK: Let’s explore the recent conclave and the importance of planning the key human resources that are essential to your organization’s ongoing operations
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Don’t Let Engineers Near Your Emergency “Off” Buttons … and Other Data Centre Disaster Lessons

Computing recently surveyed 140 IT professionals to learn about the risks – both real and perceived – that can cause downtime and/or data loss in medium to large enterprise data centres. While the majority of organizations plan for disasters such as fire (75%), extreme weather (62%) and loss of...
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Disaster Recovery in the Cloud is Hot, but You May Get Burned

Welcome to the Monday edition of the IP news roundup. Here’s what’s happening in the worlds of disaster recovery, SIP trunking, big data, network security and cloud: During the past 12-18 months, the disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) market has grown to a $425 million-$450 million...
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