A strong disaster recovery (DR) plan is like a lifeboat that preserves a business’s key resources to ensure business continuity. Get this new e-book from Sabey Data Centers that explores how through partnering with colocation providers, businesses can gain essential support, including strategic geographic positioning, reliable and sustainable power infrastructure, expert remote hands services, flexible sizing as DR capacity and more.
Mission-critical IT operations can be impacted by disasters that are both naturally occurring, such as pandemics, hurricanes, earthquakes, tornados, floods or wildfires – as well as those that are man-made, including cyber attacks, terrorism or the inadvertent failure of infrastructure systems like power grids. Get the new report from Databank that highlights how physical distance is one of the first considerations in designing or selecting a disaster recovery solution.
The topic of disaster recovery (DR), and its big brother, business continuity (BC) is one of the most misunderstood in the world of business. Get the full report from Prime Data Centers that explores the basic concepts and definitions of disaster recovery and business continuity for today’s enterprises.
If your company has a need to establish localized IT resources, you may be thinking of investing in and deploying multiple IT footprints in remote locations, as part of a distributed computing or edge network. In the past five years, lithium-ion batteries have come into use as a stored energy source in traditional data centers. Download the new white paper in which Vertiv looks at how these types of batteries can also be used to support single-phase UPS systems in remote mission-critical environments and edge data centers.