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We believe it can't be stated enough that data is the most critical asset an organization possesses. It's essential to maintain a copy of your information in the event of a breach or corruption. And as a decision maker, it's imperative to be conscious of data throughout the full lifecycle. Being knowledgeable about your recovery point objective (RPO) and recovery time objective (RTO) from the very beginning is key to a successful plan moving forward.
There are three related tasks that protect your business's data and ensure operations continue running. Your Backup is a secondary dataset, an emergency parachute of sorts that prevents your organization from being caught in freefall if your primary dataset fails. But, because your data is constantly evolving, backups need to be routinely updated while your primary dataset is in operation. Disaster Recovery (DR) identifies the strategies should the data set crash and require recovery. Business continuity planning (BCP) is the strategy and process to create a plan and implement it to meet your RPO/RTO objectives.
Backup Solutions employ the simple fault tolerance tactic of duplication to assure data continuity when failure occurs to a computer system or network through loss, corruption or destruction. The importance of information in today’s business environment is such that no business can afford to lose access to its own without dire consequences.
Having systems unavailable and people unproductive for days or hours can be disastrous in terms of lost revenue and customer dissatisfaction. In today's 24 × 7 × 365 workplace, you can't afford to be without the technology and information needed to run your business. And it’s not just floods, fires, hurricanes, and tornadoes that can cripple your company—it’s the more common events like hardware failures, bad backups, viruses, and power outages that can impact a business at any time.
Every year, we go through seasons where natural disasters make us think of our readiness to respond and survive. In 2011, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) responded to 242 disasters— more than any other year in history. The threats are real, but there are a number of practical steps your organization can take to help mitigate disruptions to your important business operations.
PCM offers a rich set of solutions from our leading partners to accomplish these vital tasks and keep your operations healthy. With the strength of CommVault, Dell/EMC, HPE, Veeam and Veritas we help our customers achieve objectives consistent with their needs.
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