A Modern Disaster Recovery Plan for the Hybrid Cloud

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No longer do traditional IT services fall solely under the purview of on-premises data centers. Workloads are increasingly being transferred to the cloud in order to meet changing business requirements and achieve greater agility and flexibility.

IDC predicts that more than 80 percent of IT organizations will commit to hybrid architectures this year, according to a recent Forbes report on business resiliency. The same report found that CIOs are being tasked with creating a disaster recovery plan that will serve their organization well in a hybrid cloud environment.

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