10 Mistakes Made by Too Many Disaster Recovery Teams - Slide 8

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For example, dual-ported network cards share common hardware logic, and a single card failure can disable both ports. For full redundancy, you need either two separate adapters or a built-in network port combined with a separate network adapter.

The accompanying 10 slides list 10 common mistakes that disaster recovery teams tend to make. Contributed by Marathon Technologies Corp., they are based on the company’s significant experience in this field. While the observations are pertinent for both enterprises and small and mid-sized corporations alike, SMBs may also want to read more on how SMBs Should Approach Disaster Recovery Differently and the Keys to a Successful SMB Disaster Recovery Implementation.

Founded in 1993, Marathon Technologies Corporation is the leading provider of automated, fault-tolerant, high availability solutions for virtual and physical environments.
 

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