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The End of Backup, As We Know It

Organisations must always be prepared for a disaster scenario. Whether it’s a cyber-attack, a natural disaster or a system failure, companies of all sizes need to formulate disaster recovery plans that will allow them to continue to operate when something goes wrong.

The traditional approach to disaster recovery, particularly for large enterprises, has been to build and maintain a separate datacenter at a safe distance from the primary datacenter site, maintained with expensive high-speed WAN connections between the two locations. The doubled cost of maintaining a fully operable secondary datacenter just for DR was never really viable for companies with smaller IT budgets.

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