Are You and Your DR Plan Feeling Lucky

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eGUIDE Are you and your DR Plan feelin' lucky? Surviving a Data Center Disaster Requires More than Luck. It Requires Prepara on. Even though we regularly celebrate Saint Patrick's Day, IT professionals know be er than to trust to the luck of the Irish when it comes to disaster recovery. As IT experts know, it's never a ma er of if a data center disaster will strike, but when. So top of mind for most IT managers is how they are going to protect business-cri cal data and what strategies they need to have in place to restore that data when disaster strikes. According to IDC, 80 percent of small businesses have experienced some kind of data systems failure in the past, at costs ranging from $82,000 to $526,000, or from $137 to $427 per minute. Data is the lifeblood of most businesses, so when the data stops flowing, business stops. Read more... FEATURE Disaster Recovery vs. Business Con nuity: What's the Difference? DR and BC are o en confused. In this ar cle we explore the differences and why it's cri cal you have both. Page 4 CASE STUDY City of Minneapolis Succeeding with Managed IT Services As a trusted partner of the City of Minneapolis, OneNeck hosts and manages their IT infrastructure, ensuring they're always on. Page 6 FEATURE DR in the Cloud – Does it make sense for you? Many organiza ons are moving to Disaster Recovery-as-a-service (DRaaS). Should you consider it for your organiza on? Page 8 FEATURE DR Op ons - Which is best for you? There are lots of op ons when considering your DR strategy, but which is best for your organiza on? Page 10 FEATURE DR Planning Basics - Where do I start? Like every business ini a ve, DR should start with a basic plan and grow from there. But where do you start? Page 12 presents

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