CTO at Continuity Software
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Knowing what you’d like to change in your IT settings, or what standards you want to apply, and then validating that your changes were actually implemented – are two different things. The larger your enterprise, the more likely it is that significant gaps between the two will exist, leaving you with unknown, and potentially unacceptable risk.
IT outages seem more common than ever, and their business implications also seem to increase exponentially over time. When looking at the reasons given, way too often it’s a “hardware issue” or the notorious “technical glitch”. So what are the real causes, and why use technology as a scape-goat?
Modern enterprises are always in search of more agility and productivity – IT included. To a very great extent these have been provided by cloud and virtualization technologies. And, most recent in a long line of these innovative technologies, storage virtualization is now also enterprise-ready. How do you confirm it’s configured for resilience?
Waiting for bad things to happen is never a good practice, right? That’s why taking a proactive approach for prevention is always recommended, especially when it comes to your critical IT. Here are five things you can do to ensure the resilience of your critical IT infrastructure.
Prevent downtime, data-loss and cyber resilience risks in hybrid IT infrastructure