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IT Projects: Disaster Recovery

Definition

Minimize the effects of a disaster and ensure that your organization will be able to either maintain or quickly resume mission-critical IT functions, including providing access to its data and applications.

Challenges

  • Ensuring critical data, applications, and complete systems are protected in the case of a disaster
  • Providing disaster recovery for production applications in virtual server environments
  • Reducing the complexity of managing heterogeneous server and storage platforms
  • Reducing the costs of building and managing disaster recovery infrastructure
Meet your business recovery objectives by automating backup and recovery, application clustering, and data replication.
  • Reduce operating costs and improve operations and manageability of your backup, data availability, and clustering environment with tools that work the same across all platforms and provide management from a single console
  • Reduce hardware costs through increased server and storage utilization, reduplication, and storage tiering
  • Increase reliability with customer-proven, best-of-breed availability technologies
  • Ensure your mission-critical data and applications remain up and running
  • Reduce operating costs by standardizing on a single business continuity solution to deliver consistent recovery methodologies across people, processes, and technology