Disaster Recovery in the Cloud Era

Trusted advisers play a vital role in helping clients implement disaster recovery, which can be complicated and difficult to manage.

April 24, 2018

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Disaster Recovery in the Cloud Era

Just because a customer has embraced cloud or is doing DR in an as-a-service model doesn’t mean they can ignore the care and feeding of the process. Things can, and do, go wrong. Shortchanging planning and testing can create a real catastrophe when systems fail or are hit by ransomware.

Takeaways for Your Business

In this Channel Partners report, we’ll

  • Lay out best practices for helping customers spec out the proper connectivity to implement the critical elements of a disaster recovery plan

  • Discuss how to uncover problems before they impact the business

  • Explain why introducing cloud services brings new and interesting concepts into the DR equation

About the Author

Frank J. Ohlhorst is an award-winning technology journalist and technology analyst, with extensive experience as an IT business consultant, editor, author, presenter and blogger. He frequently advises and mentors technology startups and established technology ventures, helping them to create channel programs, launch products, validate product quality, design support systems and build marketing materials, as well as create case studies and white papers. Ohlhorst also provides forensic services for data security, assists with compliance audits and researches the implications of compliance on a given business model. Ohlhorst has held the roles of CRN Test Center director, eWeek’s executive editor and technology editor for Channel Insider, and is an editor-at-large for Channel Partners and Channel Futures.

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