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Continuity planning ensures survival when disaster strikes

In the event of flood or fire damage to a premises, many companies can find that their IT backup is insufficient, but if they have already located their IT infrastructure in another data centre, the damage can be minimised

29th November, 2015
Denis Woods, director and co-founder, Renaissance

When it comes to IT business continuity planning, many Irish companies are still in the dark and could do a lot better. That’s the message from Denis Woods, director and co-founder of specialist security company Renaissance.

Despite the arrival of virtualisation technology significantly improving IT replication techniques, many companies still haven’t taken the right kinds of measures to ensure they can seamlessly pick up where they left off in the event of a...

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