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Enterprises are intrigued with the idea of passing the burden of business continuity to a service provider, but such an undertaking is more than most are willing to risk. Read this e-book now to discover the benefits and drawbacks of cloud business continuity, learn why BC on-demand is daunting to many organizations and why some companies are exploring the option of moving application backup and recovery in the cloud, one application at a time. Read a case study from USGA about how they are using storage in the cloud for faster recovery times -- and much more. Access >>>
Table of contents
- The draws and drawbacks of BC on-demand
- BC in the cloud, one app at a time
- USGA tees up storage in the cloud
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