Tag: data center disaster recovery

On Tuesday, the Michigan chapter of AFCOM held a meeting at Jackson National Life in Lansing, MI. AFCOM is an association working to help advance data center and facilities management professionals around the world. They do this through research, magazines, conferences, and the educational meetings of local chapters. In the morning Brendan Nageotte from Schneider Electric spoke about DCIM (Data Center Infrastructure Management) systems. After lunch Online Tech’s Director of Product Management Jason Yaeger spoke in tandem with Jeff Jaskot, …

Disaster recovery plans have become crucial for nearly every industry that relies on connectivity and uptime for business survival. According to the Forrester/Disaster Recovery Journal Business Continuity Preparedness Survey, a few of the top business drivers for creating an IT disaster recovery plan include the increased reliance on technology (48 percent) and an increased reliance on third-parties (33 percent). Although some CIOs might not see the reasoning behind budgeting for a disaster recovery plan, as a valuable subset of business …

While most company CEOs have focus and responsibilities elsewhere, it’s inevitable to think about the “what if” scenario involving IT failures. It would be reassuring to know that the basics of critical IT infrastructure are current and in place – just in case. Here are 5 simple questions that can give you a snapshot of the health of your critical path IT data environment. 1) Is the list of authorized data center users up to date? As resources change, it’s …

Data Center Disaster Recovery

Posted on November 18, 2008 by

Presentation to the Great Lakes Business Recovery Group On November 11, 2008, Mike Klein, President of Online Tech presented a “Framework for Data Center Disaster Recovery” to the Great Lakes Business Recovery Group. The Disaster Recovery presentation discussed how mass digitization is shifting the business world from relying on physical assets to relying on electronic assets. As data protection evolved in the past from data closets to in-house data centers the same focus on data protection is now moving focus …

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