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Disaster recovery entails infrastructure investment

By John Agsalud

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 29, 2014

~~<p>As we roll into another hurricane season, many local information technology professionals turn their concern to disaster recovery. What are we going to do in case a big hurricane hits? How are we going to keep our systems running? Where do we start?</p>
<p>Actually, for many, that last question is often the most daunting. Where to start? This initial paralysis often prevents many from developing, implementing and testing a disaster recovery plan.</p>
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As we roll into another hurricane season, many local information technology professionals turn their concern to disaster recovery. What are we going to do in case a big hurricane hits? How are we going to keep our systems running? Where do we start?

Actually, for many, that last question is often the most daunting. Where to start? This initial paralysis often prevents many from developing, implementing and testing a disaster recovery plan. Login for more...



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