The IT Manager’s Guidebook: Essential Strategies for Data Protection and Business Continuity in Times of Crisis

It is 2020, and with the recent crisis the world has gone through, many IT organizations are on edge with new challenges about how to react to this new kind of threat, a nearly 100% remote workforce. It also has pushed many enterprises to focus more energy on planning for ‘business continuity’ and ‘disaster recovery.’ If we zoom in a little more for clarity, this is about security and data protection strategies when natural or man-made catastrophic events occur. It’s about ensuring that all systems are “go” and by extension end points, as IT departments across many verticals and industries are called to respond with agility and swiftness during such crisis.

In this handbook, we will explore the main topics in the minds of IT professionals regarding business continuance and disaster recovery, and cover methods and strategies for developing a solid IT infrastructure that enables a resilient and effective plan before, during, and after a crisis.

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