How Will Data Loss Affect your Organization?
Losing your data or critical systems can mean:
- Revenue loss from the inability to conduct business
- Lost customer trust or confidence
- Financial penalties for violated SLAs
- Legal or financial penalties for compliance lapses
- Excessive recovery and repair costs for lost systems and data
Organizations that would have absorbed one- or two-day outages now find that hours-long outages are a matter of crippling concern. No longer is it just your company’s employees who are affected by a failure to recover quickly. Partners and customers also link to your IT operation through an increasing number of outward-facing applications including email and database applications. Operational continuity is critical!
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“Building higher IT business continuity in the face of disaster”
Most disasters strike when you least expect them, Some – like hurricanes – give you more warning. But in either case, it’s a real problem if disaster brings your business to a grinding halt. Forces of nature, malicious acts, or even a simple mistake can have a long-lasting negative effect on your business. This idea paper offers some first steps and follow-up steps you can take to upgrade your disaster preparedness
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