In today’s constantly connected global business environment, organizations must plan for varying degrees of failure. Failure can affect anything ranging from a network to devices, storage, and the complete site itself. The worst-case scenario for a business disaster is obvious — a catastrophic event, such as a natural calamity, fire, or human-created disaster that physically destroys your whole site location. Other failures might consist of partial loss or corruption of data, security breaches, temporary service outages, or even loss of key personnel. These failures, too, can constitute a disaster that affects your day-to-day operations.
Cheryl George is a Product Manager with over 19 years of experience in the IT industry. She helps build state-of-the-art products and enterprise solutions which help solve real-world customer and business problems. And works on Go-to-Market and Messaging Strategy. Customer engagements is what she enjoys the most. Cheryl is music enthusiast. She maintains her Zen through yoga and mindful walking. She loves to travel but the irony is that it mostly happens in the head.