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    Automating the Disaster Recovery process posted 1st Jan 2013

    DR Trends and why it will no longer burn a hole in your wallet:

    Although in 2010, the outlook wasn't as gloomy and the economy wasn't as sluggish as 2008 and 2009, due to the recession, it wasn't a spring-back year either. Organizations were treading the cautious path and trends report that they are still in this mode.

    Where does this kind of situation leave Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning solutions in an organization? Due to events such as 9/11, terror threats/attacks and natural calamities that have affected us in this millennium, organizations have been forced to focus on Disaster Recovery and its importance. Only the mood in the new decade, 2010 onwards is to look at ways to get things done on a shoe string budget. Read more...

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    Outsourcing need not mean HIGH costs! posted 1st Jan 2013

    Managing your mission critical applications - Always :: Disaster Recovery Planning & Services from CtrlS

    Although in 2010, the outlook wasn't as gloomy and the economy wasn't as sluggish as 2008 and 2009, due to the recession, it wasn't a spring-back year either. Organizations were treading the cautious path and trends report that they are still in this mode.

    Disaster Recovery can be defined as - 'The ability to respond to an interruption in services by implementing a disaster recovery plan to restore an organization's critical business functions'. In 2013, Disaster Recovery planning is not just essential for large organizations. Leading analysts have hard facts that point to two out of five businesses, of all sizes, that experience a disaster go out of business within five years of the event. Read more...

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    Automating the Disaster Recovery process posted 1st Jan 2013

    DR Trends and why it will no longer burn a hole in your wallet:

    Although in 2010, the outlook wasn't as gloomy and the economy wasn't as sluggish as 2008 and 2009, due to the recession, it wasn't a spring-back year either. Organizations were treading the cautious path and trends report that they are still in this mode.

    Where does this kind of situation leave Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning solutions in an organization? Due to events such as 9/11, terror threats/attacks and natural calamities that have affected us in this millennium, organizations have been forced to focus on Disaster Recovery and its importance. Only the mood in the new decade, 2010 onwards is to look at ways to get things done on a shoe string budget. Read more...

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    Outsourcing need not mean HIGH costs! posted 1st Jan 2013

    Managing your mission critical applications - Always :: DR Services from CtrlS

    Although in 2010, the outlook wasn't as gloomy and the economy wasn't as sluggish as 2008 and 2009, due to the recession, it wasn't a spring-back year either. Organizations were treading the cautious path and trends report that they are still in this mode.

    Disaster Recovery can be defined as - 'The ability to respond to an interruption in services by implementing a disaster recovery plan to restore an organization's critical business functions'. In 2013, Disaster Recovery planning is not just essential for large organizations. Leading analysts have hard facts that point to two out of five businesses, of all sizes, that experience a disaster go out of business within five years of the event. Read more...