June 10, 2010 – Disaster recovery is too expensive when it comes to recovering 100 percent of their data, according to more than half of survey respondents say in the U.K. and U.S. The poll questioned 200 IT decision-makers about the role of cost in the adoption of zero data loss disaster recovery. The study was carried out during May 2010 by market research agency Vanson Bourne and sponsored by Axxana, a manufacturer of enterprise data recording solutions.
Due to advances in automation, the loss of servers and internal systems such as email, Web access and desktop applications can result in the loss of employee productivity and bring the enterprise to a halt. Disaster recovery protocols and associated executions can recover lost computing system usage (applications), data and data transactions committed up to the moment of system loss.
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