Disaster recovery planning is integral for every business. However, what can a company do to prepare for a disaster when they don’t control the IT configuration? This is becoming a common problem as cloud solutions become more popular. Having a technically advanced cloud infrastructure setup isn’t enough, you need a vendor partnership with a vendor that is committed to excellence while offering flexibility and open lines of communication. Developing trust through a collaboration-driven relationship backed by industry certifications that verify resiliency is a good place to start.
The hurricane seasons in both the Atlantic and Eastern Pacific are now both underway, and both end on November 30th. If you work in areas likely to be affected by a hurricane, or support clients who do, now is definitely the time to make sure you’re ready for the potential aftermath. This means getting your house in order when it comes to disaster recovery. There are loads of figures and statistics relating to disaster recovery and the fact that many businesses struggle to survive after experiencing a real-life disaster.