What Potential IT Disasters Keep You Up at Night? The Cost of Not Being Prepared

Disasters happen, sometimes bringing down a single application, sometimes bringing down your entire data center. No matter how careful you are or how good your IT team is, eventually some event will shut down your applications when you really need them up and running. The costs of preparing for disaster can be high, but the consequences of not planning for disaster recovery (DR) can be even higher.

A disaster recovery plan goes far beyond backing data up. That’s a necessary step, but recovering business operations requires more than restoring from last night’s backup. Your disaster recovery plan is about restoring business operations, not just about restoring data. It should be a comprehensive guide with the detailed instructions you need for recovering virtual machines, applications, data, and business operations. The more complete the guide, the less you’ll need to figure out during the crisis.

Download now to learn how creating a disaster recovery plan now will save you time and money when a disaster inevitably strikes:

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[Agile FP&A] Part 1: Intelligent Cash Flow ManagementTuesday, January 31, 1 PM CST

Successfully managing cash flow is key to being an agile FP&A function, especially during a recession. Join us for this session where we demonstrate how you can look deeper into your cash flows and how you can gather rich insights from your reports, such as the Cash Flow Statement.