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Enterprises Overlook Virtualization, Cloud In Disaster Recovery

November 30, 2010 No Comments

When making disaster recovery plans, don’t forget virtualized and cloud computing environments. That’s the warning from research which found that 44% of enterprise data stored on virtualized systems is rarely backed up, and 60% of virtualized servers aren’t included in corporate disaster recovery plans — up from 45% of servers in 2009.

Those results come from a survey of 1,700 enterprise employees, conducted by Applied Research, for Symantec’s sixth-annual study of corporate disaster recovery trends.

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