- Jun 27, 2011
- Jun 24, 2011
- 18 Page(s)
Sponsored by: Dell Compellent
Despite recent economic recovery, companies are still focused on cutting costs, especially where disaster recovery (DR) is concerned. Expenses overshadow the risk of theoretical disaster. As a result, CIOs who hope to implement or upgrade their DR plans must compromise. Using virtualization, those CIOs can save money on hardware, manpower, and energy consumption costs, all while simplifying real time replication and data portability to improve DR.
This e-guide discusses how to make a value case for DR, along with a series of low-cost strategies for planning, implementing, and testing virtual DR plans.