For many organisations, the pandemic has changed business operations overnight. While McKinsey’s latest report shows business executives remaining positive despite the growing rise in cases, there is a distinct shift in the long-term outlook for recovery. In short, the effects of the pandemic are here to stay, and business must adapt to survive.
Life is full of ups and downs. There are many unpredictable factors that businesses must face with adaptability, resilience and focus. So when disaster strikes, having a reliable disaster recovery plan can mean the difference between preserving data and suffering system downtime.
One of the most important aspects of data centre infrastructure is evaluating the capabilities of your facility. This is especially true for data centre redundancy. Redundancy is a major point of emphasis for data centres because a component failure can have serious consequences. When systems fail, data and services are no longer available to the businesses and customers that rely upon them.