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Server virtualization is a popular topic in business continuity (BC) and disaster recovery (DR). At the same time, many myths surround BC, DR, high availability and data protection, recovery time objectives, and recovery point objectives. Here's a quick look at some common myths and the realities that are constantly changing in the server virtualization landscape. Get advice from our experts, and learn about what needs to be in your network disaster recovery plan to keep your organization safe in the event of a disaster. Access >>>
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- Top server virtualization myths in disaster recovery and business continuity
- What you can do today
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