Therefore, disaster recovery and business continuity
solutions have become even more crucial." Zeineldin's comments come ahead of eHosting DataFort's participation at MEFTEC, the world's premier financial technology event for emerging markets that focuses on the Middle East, Africa and South Asia (MEASA) region.
This study provides best practices and recommendations to help contact centers enhance their disaster recovery and business continuity
Even if an IT risk assessment stops short of making recommendations, the client has received various benefits, including identifying conditions for inherent risk of loss, corruption, incompleteness, theft or misappropriation of critical information; providing the first step in building walls of defense around its critical information; documenting its IT infrastructure; providing the foundation for a disaster recovery and business continuity
plan; and aiding in the performance evaluation of the technical support personnel.
Carey Battery Park City Authority (the Authority ) intends to procure on premises hardware solution and dedicated hardware for cloud-based solution for Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity
services, pursuant to its discretionary purchasing authority under State Finance Law A*163(6).
Disaster recovery and business continuity
should be seen as an opportunity rather than a doom and gloom scenario, according to David Pledger.
Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity
uses: Appliance-driven NFM approaches can establish an infrastructure-wide management framework between two or more locations, replicating data sets, creating multiple access paths and ensuring file availability to create comprehensive disaster recovery and business continuity
In a late-2001 survey by Gartner Inc., technology-purchasing decision-makers cite disaster recovery and business continuity
among their top five priorities.
The Florida Business Continuity Center (FBCC, www.fbccdr.com) was established to meet the disaster recovery and business continuity
needs of organizations throughout Florida.
But many savvy technology executives have realized that bringing critical disaster recovery and business continuity
functionality in-house is significantly more effective and often markedly less expensive than the traditional approach of outsourcing disaster recovery to a hotsite.
Martin Hingley from IDC thought businesses were still wary of spending money on disaster recovery and business continuity
since it was usually not a priority for businesses until they had been affected.
* The August 2003 blackout reminded CIOs that disaster recovery and business continuity
need to be at the top of their priority lists.
IT now has the responsibility to protect that asset through the development and execution of well-designed and thorough disaster recovery and business continuity