Prepare for climate change as you do for ransomware

Tom Allen
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Climate change is now threatening areas previously thought safe
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Climate change is now threatening areas previously thought safe

Technology can increase business resilience in the face of fire, flood and freeze

Companies must have a plan for climate disasters in the same way they prepare for ransomware and other IT catastrophes. That is the conclusion of W Curtis Preston, chief technical evangelist at Druva....

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