Is your data recovery plan weatherproof? A post hurricane guide

October 17, 2017
 

After multiple devastating hurricanes battered the U.S. mainland and surrounding islands during the 2017 hurricane season, we saw how even the best laid plans can be no match for widespread flooding and power outages. When it comes to your company’s applications and data, if your backup data center is anywhere within range of a storm’s damage, you could be in trouble.

Hurricanes can be unpredictable and veer off course at a moment’s notice. Learn how to keep your disaster recovery plan from doing the same with these seven steps to hurricane-ready disaster recovery.

First things first: Replicate your data to a location that seldom sees hurricanes. Then watch our video to learn where to start, what questions to ask, and how cloud-based recovery can help when you’re facing a potential outage.

 

 

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