Webinar | December 10, 2014 | 1:00 PM
In an era of 24-x-7 global operations, any downtime can have significant repercussions in lost revenues, missed opportunities and damage to reputation. The average cost per minute of unplanned downtime is now $7,900, up 41 percent from $5,600 per minute in 2010, according to a recent survey from the Ponemon Institute.
By ensuring your data center infrastructure aligns with your business continuity requirements, organizations of all sizes can reduce their risks for downtime. Join us to learn the key factors of data center disaster preparedness, including infrastructure design, response plans and testing, preventative measures and staffing.
Attend this webinar to learn:
- Best practices for developing and testing your data center disaster recovery plans
- Data center design techniques that maximize availability and resiliency
- How organizations leverage Iron Mountain’s Underground, a highly secure and ultra-reliable facility, for a disaster recovery/continuity of operations site
Director of Product Management, Data Centers