Everyday lives increasingly depend on IT. From government services to transportation to healthcare to education, electronic and digital systems drive the way we work day-to-day. So, what happens if a disaster, mechanical failure, or malware attack happens and one of these primary systems goes down?
For many organizations, this isn’t a “what if” scenario, but an unnerving reality. Preparing for operational continuity and recovery is often relegated to low priority—and only addressed after a failure.
It’s time to take a proactive approach. In this webcast, we’ll look at:
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