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2020: The Year of Disaster Recovery

Disaster recovery plans proving their worth, testing/training becoming more vital than ever, and the importance of data availability and backup were the three trends from 2020 that point toward any organization’s need for a robust disaster recovery plan.

The pandemic threw us all for loop last year and that has spilled over into 2021. Read more about the increased need for a DR plan to keep your business operation no matter the disruption at TDWI.

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