Jan 26, 2015
In the 24/7 age, a disaster may mean losing CRM data or critical application accessibility. It may mean not being able to provide compliance reports or business intelligence data. A disaster might be an earthquake – or it might just be it might be a cup of coffee spilled on your server on an otherwise normal day. Regardless of the scenario, there are real and growing pressures on businesses to ensure critical servers and their workloads are highly available and will endure near-zero downtime, no matter what happens, and no matter how their IT departments or skill sets shrink.