Building Higher IT Business Continuity in the Face of Disaster

In the past, one- or two-day outages were trouble. Today, a few hours downtime can cripple your organization. It’s not just employees who are affected; partners and customers also link to your IT through email and database applications. 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
Make sure you’re up on operational continuity: Read the White Paper >>

Provided by: Dell Topic: CXO Date Added: Jan 2012 Format: PDF

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