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Understanding the nuances of the different approaches required to provide an organisation with a complete business continuity and recovery strategy at a systems and information level.
By: Quocirca
Published: January 2013
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New technology architectures, including virtualisation and cloud computing, mean that services that only used to be afforded by the largest, most cash-rich organisations are now within the reach of organisations of all sizes. For those wanting a cost-effective, near real-time disaster recovery capability that is "close enough" to full business conitnuity, a combined virtualised image and replicated storage solution through an external cloud provider will meet their needs.

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