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How to avoid a disastrous recovery

Every chief information officer speculates on the health and resiliency of their data center to ensure the continuity of their business in the event of a disaster. Many go as far as to hold periodic tests to discover and mitigate vulnerabilities. Netflix has gone even further by introducing testing in the form of their Simian … The post How to avoid a disastrous recovery appeared first on McAfee Blogs.
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