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Why Offsite Data Storage is Key to Keeping your Business up and Running, no Matter What
by Iron Mountain

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Published on: December 27, 2012
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
Format: Unknown
Length: 10 pages
Price: FREE

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Is your business ready for any potential disasters, mistakes or malicious attacks? How long could your organization manage in the event of dramatic data loss? What does your backup and recovery plan encompass?


If you can’t answer these questions, your backup and recovery strategy isn’t complete, and your data is likely not safeguarded in all scenarios. Don’t take offense, though, because with today’s radically evolving IT landscape, many organizations are finding it’s time to rehash backup procedures.


This white paper addresses backup and recovery in today's modern IT and threat landscape. Check it out now to find 5 practical steps to ensure you (and your company's data) are ready for any disasters, explore how well and for how long companies function without data, and look into the option of off-site backups.

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