In the wake of a natural disaster, enterprises in and outside of the affected area will face tough challenges and difficult decisions in the coming days and months.
To help enterprises recently affected by Hurricane Harvey, Gartner has collected and made freely available its most useful research surrounding business continuity and disaster recovery.
With an estimated 70 billion in damages, Hurricane Sandy devastated the east coast in 2013. It is also justification for companies to establish or maintain a business continuity management program.
A structured tiering model can dramatically improve planning and success of an IT disaster recovery management strategy. This research shares a framework that allows IT leaders to manage business expectations in the wake of a disaster. Following these three steps will improve the success of IT recovery planning and execution.
Business continuity management is transforming into a component of operational risk management. Routine planning, coordination, and testing can reduce downtime during disasters and reduce recovery costs.
Selecting a Disaster-Recovery-as-a-Service option is a complex decision and it’s easy to pick the wrong solution. Enterprises should be clear about requirements and careful about shortcuts.
The Disaster-Recover-as-a-Service market is estimated at approximately $2.01 billion with an expected growth to $3.7 billion through 2021. This means many vendors offering a wide range of services. This Magic Quadrant sorts vendors into challengers, leaders, niche players, and visionaries.