Delivering Business Continuity

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Overview

It’s not a question of if a catastrophic event might impact a mission-critical system, it’s a matter of when. If it occurs, what then? A single hour of downtime costs global businesses an average of $1.7 million*. A business continuity plan for continuous disaster tolerance will help minimize damage and reduce TCO. Register to learn tips and options for your continuity plan.

Delivering Business Continuity

About the real business risk ....2

Business continuity ...3

Defining what is “critical” …4

Business continuity approaches .. 5

Total cost of ownership ... 6

Business continuity offerings ... 7

Conclusion .... 8

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* High-Value Applications on x86: The Need for True Fault Tolerant Systems,” Peter Rutten, IDC Analyst Report, May 2015.

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