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Changing threat, changing recovery

The world in which disaster recovery (DR) first came to prominence has changed beyond all recognition, with significant shifts both in the way businesses rely on data, and the potential threats which disrupt businesses. DR was developed as a concept in the late 1970s and 1980s in response to businesses becoming more reliant on computing power and storage – but this was largely for back office systems such as billing, payroll and procurement. Front end activities and processes were largely excluded from DR, in part because they were less reliant on computing power. Today’s businesses increasingly require DR protection of their real-time applications and online presence as well as the back office systems. This change requires a very different timescale and approach for DR systems and strategies.

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