One of the challenges to designing a successful disaster recovery solution is where to keep copies of your data. A close copy allows for a rapid recovery in the event of a failure since it is seconds away. But in a more widespread disaster the close copy might be destroyed along with production. In this StorageShort listen in as Storage Switzerland Senior Analyst W. Curtis Preston and Laz Vekiarides, CEO and Founder of ClearSky Data, discuss where you should store secondary copies of data.
Managing copy data is one of the key elements in lowering the cost of disaster recovery planning. To Learn more more about how to safely cut your DR costs sign up for our On-Demand webinar. “How to Cut Disaster Recovery Expenses and Improve Recovery Times”.