Two key factors in understanding data recovery: 1.Recovery Time Objectives (RTO) 2.Recovery Point Objectives (RPO) RTO describes how rapidly your business needs to be able to recover after losing data and can be measured in hours or days. Where as RPO describes the amount of data lost measured in hours.
IT organizations and service providers alike, are looking for ways to attract application owners to consume their DR services. In order to offer true DRaaS, infrastructure planners need technologies which can integrate directly with virtualized environments to enable customized service levels that match the various recovery point & recovery time objectives that end users demand. http://storageswiss.com/2014/08/26/four-requirements-for-adding-dr-as-a-service-to-vmware/
With technology changing so rapidly its easy to get caught up in outdated beliefs. And when it comes to Disaster Recovery far too often do we see business owners still clinging to ideas that no longer apply. So what kind of DR myths are still widely accepted by the masses? Here are three that need to be retired into IT folklore. Go to our Facebook page to learn more or to www.ecolit.ca #SASK #Regina #YXE #YXR
Download: http://writingsdepot.com/downloads/disaster-recovery/ Disaster Recovery Write a two to four (2-4) page paper in which you: 1.Explain how the attacks affected risk management in organizations and have prompted an increased justification for recovery-based objectives, initiatives, and expenditures. 2.Analyze the use of social media and other current methods of communication for emergency notifications during an incident or disaster situation. 3.Determine whether or not organizations…