How Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery Allows You To Protect and Recover Your Applications After a Disaster
Disasters happen, especially when it comes to technology. Hurricanes, floods and viruses are all well known, but we took a look at a lesser-known phenomena: the zombie apocalypse and the impact it could have on your business.
Regardless of the type of threat your business is worried about, the cloud offers newer, more affordable and more flexible recovery options through cloud service providers than have previously been available. Even if no zombie attacks have ever been confirmed (yet), the following data offers a compelling look at how you can protect your business, and where your infrastructure may be vulnerable. View the infographic below to learn more!
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