Want to know how you really match up to your competitors?
A simple question can tell you. No, it’s not about who rakes in more revenue or who has a fancier office. It’s this: who can recover faster from a disaster?
When it comes to fast backup and disaster recovery, we haven’t yet reached science-fictionFTL (faster than light) levels—yet. But the industry has made impressive strides in recent years. Near-instant recovery is possible, but it requires choosing the right technology and the right practices. It also means improving the entire backup and disaster recovery system, rather than addressing only the act of failing over to a replica.