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Charting a low-risk path to modern disaster recovery

Several new forces have converged to highlight the urgent need for disaster recovery (DR) and to transform its business case. The sudden shift to remote work, the growing reliance on SaaS applications, and a surging cyberthreat environment have created daunting new challenges to preserving 24/7/365 business uptime. The high cost and relative inflexibility of traditional DR solutions call for new thinking, architectures, and implementations – including a path forward that minimizes business risks.

With companies experiencing an average of 14 hours of IT downtime annually, resulting in 545 hours of lost employee productivity, there is a better way ... and we'll be sharing it at DRJ Spring 2021.

Guest Blog: Multi-cloud interoperability

Multi-cloud is defined as an approach that combines more than one cloud (public or private), from more than a single cloud vendor. However, this is not an aggregation of various services from different vendors, it requires a mandatory glue - cloud-agnostic approach with interoperability across all providers. In this guest blog from Jelastic, we look at what challenges can be faced while multi-cloud implementation, and how to achieve the required interoperability.