Issue OverviewCIO Decisions - April 2011 Volume 7
CIOs are finding that effective business continuity (BC) and disaster recovery (DR) plans hinge on an understanding of emerging technologies and confidence in their supply chains. In the April 2011 edition of Enterprise CIO Decisions Ezine, learn how to establish BC and DR strategies that will protect your organization in case a crisis strikes. Access >>>
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Cloud solutions can make disaster recovery, business continuity easier
by Niel Nickolaisen
Cloud-based solutions, combined with effective planning and analysis, can take much of the pain out of disaster recovery and business continuity planning, our expert says.
- Cloud solutions can make disaster recovery, business continuity easier by Niel Nickolaisen
The next frontier in IT disaster recovery plans: Mobile devices
by Linda Tucci, Executive Editor
Lulled by mobile devices synced back to centralized servers, CIOs haven't given much thought to IT disaster recovery plans for mobile computing. That needs to change.
IT execs piggyback disaster recovery onto virtualization
by Christina Torode, Editorial Director
Virtualization is not a cure-all for disaster recovery, but it does simplify disaster recovery planning and procedures, and can save money to boot.
IT execs question whether cloud disaster recovery is a viable option
by Laura Smith, Features Writer
Cloud storage is drawing interest, but enterprises are steering clear of cloud disaster recovery as cloud reliability concerns linger.
- The next frontier in IT disaster recovery plans: Mobile devices by Linda Tucci, Executive Editor
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