Disaster Preparedness: Secure, Cost-Effective WAN Backup Solutions

Nov. 6, 2009

Threats to your network can take many forms; bad weather, outages, pandemics, natural disasters, catastrophes. In today’s competitive workplace, it’s imperative that businesses prepare against every possible form of disruption that could potentially impede employee productivity. But while IT executives scramble to adjust disaster recovery plans in the wake of events such as Hurricane Katrina which impacted countless businesses over an entire geographical region, they still may be short-sighted in their approach to the overall business continuity strategy. In an era where the standard expectation for business has become 24×7 resource availability, planners must take a wider view and adopt a strategy that prepares all aspects of the organization against possible downtime, including a workforce continuity plan that addresses remote sites and users.

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