How Digital Document Management Streamlines Business Continuity Planning
Source: Compulink Management Center
Today, organizations have more than just a server to recover. Now, there are several platforms that must be restored, ranging from mainframes and distributed processors to servers, PCs and telecommunications systems. More complicated data recovery solutions, such as data replication, mirroring, clustering and tiered storage, are required to help organizations cope with the unexpected and rapidly resume operations. Also, organizations have begun to realize the impact of disaster. In 2004, ESG, a consultancy group focused on storage and information management, found that if applications were up and running, and if critical data was recovered within four hours of outage or system failure, odds were favorable the business impact would be manageable.