Tag Archives: Disaster Recovery

Weathering the storm: Four ways DRaaS can help you sleep easy

As the UK begins to recover from its wettest winter for 100 years, while the US and Australia remain in the grip of extreme weather, Mark Rogers looks at how Disaster Recovery as a Service could help keep businesses running at the worst of times. After an unprecedented few months, which have seen Europe battered […]

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Seven deadly wins. As a service, is this the year when CIOs get ‘Xaasy’?

Vince DeLuca, CEO Logicalis US, wonders which of the seven main ‘aaS’ (as a service) applications will underpin service-led transformation as CIOs strive to maintain their own relevance in the face of the increased influence of line of business managers. The ‘as a service’ model seems likely to continue its relentless march into the mainstream […]

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Cyber liability insurance. Another Y2K or a new essential?

Mark Rogers looks at the huge and rapidly growing market for cyber liability insurance and the risks highlighted by those bringing these new products to market, to ask “Is this something we really need?” Cyber liability insurance, the insurance industry tells us, is designed to protect against the financial and, rather more esoterically, reputational risks […]

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Should businesses look to the Cloud for Disaster Recovery?

This week Kevin Clark asks whether the Cloud is a suitable component in a Disaster Recover solution and touches on some of the developments in this area as well as providing sound advice to CXOs who are considering exploring this potential opportunity.  Organisations the world over understand very well the need for recovery solutions that keep […]

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