The first level of continuity begins at the system level, with in-the-box availability features designed to help maximize uptime and enable rapid deployment of pre-configured replacement systems.
Data availability can be achieved using robust storage systems and technologies designed to tolerate a variety of predictable failures, and recover information quickly and accurately after unexpected events.
Application continuity is the most important facet of protecting end-users from the impacts of system or service outages. Eliminating single points of failure in the overall technology infrastructure helps assure that there is always a pathway to a working system for end users to access.
Finally, organizations must think beyond the building and develop remote-recovery systems and services in the event of a building, site or metropolitan disaster. At the site level, geographic separation of redundant infrastructure and recovery facilities is the key.
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