A disaster recovery plan is just one part of a comprehensive business continuity plan. The former focuses on the restoration of IT infrastructure and operations after a catastrophe, while the latter addresses your organization’s ability to sustain operations in the face of disruption.
In today’s business world, any interruption of IT infrastructure can be extremely harmful to business. That’s why it is necessary to have cutting-edge technology deployed and maintained by folks with deep expertise and up-to-date knowledge in a number of areas.
With the correct equipment and attention to detail, a fully optimized audio-visual (AV) solution can facilitate collaboration and productivity. As the technology tools we rely on become more powerful, we find we are able to do more and work faster.
Studies show that many companies are migrating data to the cloud to make disaster recovery easier and cheaper. More and more organizations have come to realize that disaster recovery (DR) planning needs to be a core component of their operations.
Getting help from a data center service provider can harden your security position, protect against unplanned downtime, and free up capital, as well as your team’s bandwidth. Many businesses utilize managed cloud services for their data storage, application management, backup, and recovery; however, as I discussed in a recent blog
Quest CEO Tim Burke joined Paul and Adam Burke on a recent episode of Spilling the IT to talk about The Quest Way. I recently sat down with Paul and Adam for a “Spilling the IT” show. During our time together, we covered a wide range of topics, including my early tech career, how I approach business, what I’m watching on TV these days, and my latest book recommendation.