David Davis, Partner, ActualTech Media
Darren Miller, Manager of Engineering Test & Performance
When the inevitable disaster strikes your company, you need a disaster recovery plan AND the technology behind it to make sure it actually works. With ever changing infrastructures and applications, most IT organizations struggle to, not only keep their plan up to date, but to keep the disaster recovery infrastructure in sync with production, ensure that data is always protected, and periodically test disaster recovery processes.
The cloud has the potential to help IT to overcome these challenges by making DR easier and more affordable for companies of all sizes. You can use the public cloud to store your data and spin up servers with DIY DR or you can leverage the numerous Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) solutions that are available today. Either way - disaster recovery in the cloud is powerful and becoming more popular.
Watch this webcast to learn how ClearSky Data is addressing the data protection challenge.