Disaster Recovery: Are You Prepared for the Cloud to Clear?
As we become more accustomed to our data being a few clicks away, we tend to take for granted the complexity of the processes and technologies required to make this so. Cloud data is also stored in servers, in data centers connected through cables. As a result, we tend to forget the risks of natural calamities like earthquakes, floods, fires or cyberattacks, technical glitches etc. that can cause serious disruptions to business processes.
In this article published in IT Brief Australia, Shan Yong, Consulting Partner and Head of CIO advisory APAC, Infosys discuss the importance of building a cloud contingency strategy and the key factors to consider while developing a plan.