Post Tagged with: "Disaster Recovery Plan"

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
The Real View of a Disaster – Resolution

The Real View of a Disaster – Resolution

Getting to resolution on any continuity event is a challenge for any organization due to the nature and criticality of the application and potential loss of revenue. Understanding what it takes to resolve an issue takes time, a bit of luck and a lot of research and preparation. Once your aware of the type of outage the organization is experiencing,[Read More…]

by May 12, 2021 Comments are Disabled Featured Box 1
Is 2021 The Year of the Disaster Recovery Plan?

Is 2021 The Year of the Disaster Recovery Plan?

It has been a real reality check in 2020 when it comes to disaster preparedness. With a global pandemic raging across the world, it’s hard to see past the fact that a disaster recovery plan (DRP) is the right choice for your business. If you live in the Atlantic and Gulf Coast or California, you better be thinking how a[Read More…]

by January 26, 2021 Comments are Disabled Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery
California Wildfires Cost Billions in Financial Losses

California Wildfires Cost Billions in Financial Losses

As the 2017 fire season reaches its high point, California and the United States as a whole has paid a dear price for 2 major wildfire disasters. According to a CNBC article in October 2017 the cost could reach 3 Billion in losses. The article says “The rebuilding effort is likely to take years and pose challenges to localities since there[Read More…]

by December 17, 2017 Comments are Disabled News