CIOs and IT executives face important decisions on a regular basis, and even more so when it comes to the stability and resiliency of their critical systems.
Let’s take Hurricane Sandy’s dilemma for example, which showed that most IT stakeholders decided to take their chances against the storm, rather than failing over to remote locations ahead of time. It is not that large corporations do not investment in high availability and disaster recovery technologies. On the contrary, ensuring the business continuity of critical services has never been so important and they do a lot to prevent them.
So why weren’t CIOs certain of their failover success back then? This White Paper explores this uncertainty, which leads to answering several important related questions:
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