Disaster Recovery Essay

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Disaster Recovery





Windows on Management - Disaster Recovery in the New Information Age

This window talks about some of the benefits of a recovery system for businesses with
round the clock electronic commerce. If a disaster happens and these companies don’t
have a recovery system, it can cause massive delays and that can lead to loss of business
and profits. Sometimes it takes as long as 4 days to recover their systems. Because of the
competitiveness of the markets, faster recovery systems are a must for businesses these
days.

Thanks to the new technology emerging, many businesses are able to prevent any loss
associated with unpredictable disasters. New back-up systems are being invented that can
recover data in as little as 4 hours. But with these new softwares, it means more money
for businesses to spend. Besides recovering data in one location, some companies have
operations in multiple locations and it is necessary to also retrieve all of that
information.

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