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The Real View of a Disaster – Failover

The Real View of a Disaster – Failover

Failover happens when there is no ability to resolve or bring a resolution to a critical system failure. This typically is the last resort when all other possible resolutions are exhausted. Failover is “a method of protecting computer systems or software from failure, in which standby equipment automatically takes over when the main system fails.” This may seem academic but[Read More…]

by July 27, 2021 Comments are Disabled Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery, Featured Box 4
If You’re in Medicine – Is BCDR Really Required?

If You’re in Medicine – Is BCDR Really Required?

Is BCDR mandatory for any organization in the medical field? The short answer is YES, its a MUST! This includes doctors, dentist, covered entities (like testing labs) and business associates (3rd parties doing business with doctors). Why is this so important? It’s because of HIPAA. For those who don’t know HIPAA is, its referred to as the Health Insurance Portability and[Read More…]

by April 5, 2018 Comments are Disabled Regulatory Requirements
How GDPR will Affect Business Continuity in the US Market

How GDPR will Affect Business Continuity in the US Market

What is GDPR? GDPR stands for the EU General Data Protection Regulation. It is data protection legislation for the European Union that defines privacy practices for our personal data. So, you might ask why are we talking about regulations that is EU based? Well, the ramifications of this regulations have global significance. Traditional data protection regulations are general regulations that[Read More…]

by February 2, 2018 Comments are Disabled Regulatory Requirements