Top 10 causes of IT disasters – and how to deal with them (Available on-demand)

By James Gooch
22 May 2012 View Comments
Concept image of data backup with life preserving floating on background of binary data

Available on-demand: Register and watch this free web seminar

By its very nature, the unexpected is hard to predict. Particularly difficult to plan for are compound events, the domino effect in which one seemingly minor incident leads to cataclysmic chain reaction which brings everything grinding to a halt.

The real job of a disaster recovery strategy is to ensure that whatever the disruptive event, vital data can be recovered and mission-critical applications be brought back online in the shortest possible timeframe.

During this web seminar we will be looking at the sorts of incidents that can bring data centres grinding to a halt and what can be done about them.

Speakers Include:

Stuart Sumner, Deputy Editor, Computing

Andrew Charlesworth, Consulting Editor, Computing

Mark Galpin, Senior Manager, EMC

Nigel Doust, CEO, Blackbay

Click here to watch

Reader comments
blog comments powered by Disqus
Windows 10 - will you upgrade?

Microsoft has made an early version of Windows 10 - its next operating system - available for download. The OS promises better integration and harmonisation across platforms, including mobile and desktop. Will your business be upgrading?

38 %
26 %
15 %
21 %