Date Added: Aug 2009
It is almost inevitable that a company at one or another will face the unfortunate task of recovering from some type of unforeseen downtime. This could be anything from a natural disaster to a power failure. However, what sets the leading organizations apart from their peers is how quickly and efficiently is those organizations get back up and running. In all cases this starts with IT. Careful preparation is necessary to ensure business operations are functional and any downtime is minimized. In the IT arena, this includes minimizing the amount of data stored and used in the primary Production environments. This webcast discusses the best practices for preparing the data for unforeseen disasters with the goal of minimizing downtime.