Can Your Real-Time Infrastructure Cope with Disaster?

MITESH PATEL | September 30, 2019

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Real-time analytics is only valuable if the systems that collect, move, and analyze that data are up and running. This has drawn increased attention to availability, time to recovery, and disaster recovery itself.In the past, you may have considered your IT infrastructure to be efficient if IT systems were working, if there was a lack of staff complaints, and if you did not regularly hear from your IT department. However, this is no longer sufficient. Indeed, modern businesses are so reliant on data that an IT disaster can be catastrophic.

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