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Why You Should Be Concerned With Disaster Recovery Page 3

Why You Should Be Concerned With Disaster Recovery Page 3

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Oct 25, 2001


Cost Is a Factor

The cost of a disaster can, of course, be enormous. But assessing the risk and impact of disaster often sets up the question: How much will disaster recovery and protection cost? If the risk is relatively low or the cost of disaster not so high, then the ongoing cost of protection should be kept low. Most enterprises cannot afford unlimited protection, but they must find the right balance between protection and risk.


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