Half of organisations would struggle to get mission-critical systems up-and-running in hours following a disaster - UPDATED

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The mission-critical systems of the typical organisation in the UK would be down for hours in the event of a disaster, while recovering lost data would take a similar amount of time. But many admit that...

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