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November 28, 2022

10 Best Practices to Improve Recovery Objectives

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10 Best Practices to Improve Recovery Objectives
When we talk about data backup and restore, we need to talk about two essential terms:
• Recovery Point Objective (RPO)
• Recovery Time Objective (RTO)

These recovery objectives don’t follow a general rule. Each company has other requirements for their business which defines their recovery objectives.

Read this white paper to learn the best practices to help you achieve and optimize your personal recovery objectives.

About the Author

Fabian Kessler
Product Management Analyst, Veeam
Fabian Kessler is a member of the Veeam product management team. Before that, he worked as a System Engineer at a Veeam Service Provider in Switzerland. There, he was responsible for designing and managing the Veeam environment (Veeam Backup & Replication, Veeam Cloud Connect and Veeam Backup for Microsoft 365).
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