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Don't get grounded: Plan your DR testing

The August 2016 Delta outage caused a stir in the disaster recovery world. Ensure your organization doesn't make the same mistakes as the airliner with these DR testing guidelines.


DR monitoring validates configuration, readiness

Explore details regarding the growth of DR monitoring software from a focus on configuration validation to today's automated and more comprehensive disaster recovery scanning.


General Controls audit includes security, backup

Assess the risks to your IT operations and company infrastructure with a General Controls audit. Download this template to remember what to include in the audit.


Windows Server 2016 features include disaster recovery

Microsoft Windows Server 2016 offers more advanced disaster recovery resources than the 2012 R2 edition. Features include deduplication, replication and availability.

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    synchronous replication

    Synchronous replication copies data over a SAN, LAN or WAN so multiple copies are available. The technique is used for applications with low recovery time objectives.

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    There are paths you can take if your organization does not allow for DR plan spending. Check out templates, websites and a concise demonstration of how to do it.

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    Business continuity is the ability of an organization to maintain essential functions during, as well as after, a disaster has occurred.

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