Disaster Recovery

These days, being down for even a few minutes is unacceptable. By Daniel Safarik

"It used to be that 48-hour recovery time was the Holy Grail," says Jim Simmons, president and CEO of Sungard Business Continuity and Internet Services. "But as technology becomes faster ... the consequences of being ‘down,’ even for a few minutes, are that much greater."

That means mounting costs for IT departments but good business for business recovery vendors, which have made the capital

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