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Data Protection and DRaaS Whitepapers from Global Data Vault

The following DRaaS White Papers are presented to provide further insight into planning, preparation and execution of your organization’s disaster recovery plan. While our focus is Information Technology, we’ve listed several good Business Continuity planning resources at the bottom of the page.

DRaaS White Papers Public Cloud and DR – What You Should Know

 

 

 

Hurricane Katrina DRaaS White Paper

Hurricane Katrina – How One New Orleans Company Never Missed a Beat

 

 

 

 

DRaaS White PapersDeveloping an Effective Data Retention Policy

 

 

 

 

Hurricane Rita DRaaS White PaperAccuTech – mJobTime Sails Through Hurricane Rita

 

 

 

 

DRaaS White Papers

A Practical Guide to Business Continuity Planning

 

 

 

 

DRaaS White PapersThe History of Data Protection

 

 

 

 

Additional Business Continuity Planning Resources

FINRA

Disaster Recovery Institute

Sample business continuity plan template from TechTarget

We are always interested in good content on this subject. Please share your thoughts, ideas, articles, posts and whitepapers in our blog or via email to sales@globaldatavault.com.

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