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Forging a path to IT resilience

 Forging a path to IT resilience

In my last post, I focused on wildfire, one of several kinds of disruptive threats that can quickly bring down a business and the IT infrastructure on which it critically depends.

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Wildfires are unique — and so are the ways IT must cope with them

Cloud Optimization

When it comes to the costs of natural disasters last year – what reinsurer Aon Benfield calls “perils” – wildfires ranked a distant third. Continue reading

Developing the IT resilience your enterprise needs

Developing the IT resilience your enterprise needs

These days, most enterprise systems, applications, and workloads are deemed mission- or business-critical. So, in addition to redundancy and high availability, discussions about business continuity and disaster recovery focus on IT resilience architectures employing multiple geographically-distributed data centers that use live application failover to prevent downtime.
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Choosing a business resilience service provider

IT resilience and Service Provider by Quest

In my last post, I described key capabilities needed to achieve the IT resilience that’s become so critical to sustaining business resilience in an always-on world.

Getting those capabilities to work for your business takes more than a pro–vider with appropriate IT service/product offerings. You’ll also need a provider with considerable depth of business experience and understanding as well as a vendor–neutral willingness to customize and integrate available technologies.

It’s this combination of technology, business, and integration acumen that puts IT resilience – and business resilience – within your reach.
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Of IT resilience and business recovery:
From days to hours to minutes to seconds with 6 capabilities

IT resilience and business recovery by Quest

As I’ve noted, IT resilience requires designing for the continuous availability of all business processes, workflows, technologies, and policies needed for always-on operations.

To do this, you need outwardly-focused, cloud-conscious backup and business recovery solutions able to provide continuous data protection and end-to-end recovery automation regardless of what’s in your IT environment or how/where it changes.
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