Project Management

Consolidated Disaster Recovery

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Executive Summary

Traditional disaster recovery infrastructures including tape backup, image capture, high-end replication and hardware clustering have failed to keep pace with business requirements for recovery speed and integrity at a reasonable cost. Budgetary constraints and the high cost and complexity of established recovery solutions mean that most organizations can afford to protect only a fraction of their total server infrastructure - typically only their most business-critical server workloads. This common protection scenario leaves the majority of the server network under-insured in the event of downtime or disaster.

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