Options for disaster recovery: How to cope if the office is flooded
Whitepaper August 17th, 2009

A recent fire in London’s Soho district meant some businesses were locked out of their offices for several days. The Buncefield Oil depot fire had a similar effect on many more businesses for much longer. How would your business cope if a nearby incident or disaster meant you couldn’t access vital IT systems for days or weeks?

The answer is to have a replica of your IT systems running in a second location, but until recently only very large organizations could afford it. More recently, products have come to market that run replicas servers in remote sites for between $60 to $200 per server per month.

This white paper explains the differences between the options, and is the result of extensive research combined with expert advice.

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