04.12.2010--Defending Data: A Compelling Case For Disaster Recovery And Business Continuity
New Mexico State AODA Presents A Compelling Case For Disaster Recovery And Business Continuity By InMage
The AODA's IT infrastructure is largely Windows®-based, with Microsoft® Exchange and SQL serving as the most widely used applications. Tape drives in each of the 32 offices served as the only backup method, and often proved to be unreliable. The disparate environments and lack of centralized backup operations created significant challenges in protecting data and maximizing employee productivity. Since the AODA also did not have DR technologies in place, it was at risk of permanently losing data in the event of a natural disaster or everyday server or application failure.
Data growth rates, the high operational
costs of managing more storage than ever
before, and a national power grid that is not
likely to keep up with power demands in
the near future is creating a perfect storm
that is driving enterprises to look at new
approaches to data management.
June 28 - July 1, 2010
Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center
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