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Where would you be if your data centre burnt down?

Make sure you have a comprehensive DR plan in place that takes into account the value of your data and the risk of losing it.

Updated July 01, 2021 / Original June 12, 2021

By Neil Stobart

VP, Global System Engineering , Cloudian

5 Mins

June 12, 2021 | 10:28 PM BST

A common misconception exists that Disaster Recovery (DR) and Business Continuity (BC) are the same thing. However, although both are essential strategies for safeguarding business operations, they are different. BC involves the overall plan for maintaining business operations during a disaster across the whole business, including people, places, communications, supply chain, logistics, etc. DR, in comparison, is a subset of BC and is focused on the restoration of IT services and data access.

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