Data and IT services make up the lifeline of any modern business enterprise, large or small. Before a data center fault occurs — either one caused by human error or a natural disaster — executives want to be assured that their data is secure and protected. Executives know that downtime equals lost dollars and that every minute spent on recovering data and systems is time taken away from running their business. This results in lack of productivity and poor customer response time. Companies can create a resilient IT infrastructure with automated disaster recovery (DR) for any service, any time and any place. This slideshow features seven reasons why companies need to automate disaster recovery, as identified by Ralph Wynn, senior product marketing manager at FalconStor Software, a leader in data protection and DR.
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