Our systems must be available 24/7.
IT forms the basis of all modern business, of all innovation and is simply “too big to fail”. The systems’ failure is a disaster for almost every organization. Every hour of downtime costs you money, business and reputation. How can you ensure that your systems are always running, even in the event of a natural disaster, a ransomware attack or any other catastrophe?
If you can then quickly move to an external location – or a location in the cloud – where your systems can take over the tasks of the primary systems within a few seconds without losing data, you limit the damage to that short time. Your organization remains operational and you have time, in the background, to get your systems up and running again. The question is, how do you set up such a disaster recovery location as efficiently as possible?