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March 30, 2018

Four Best Practices for State and Local Government Disaster Recovery Planning

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Disaster recovery and data protection are especially important as agencies push more services online. Regulatory compliance and e-discovery requirements are yet another reason state and local government agencies need to take data protection and disaster recovery seriously. As agencies continue to move critical applications such as email to the cloud, they need to maintain control, visibility and access to data.

This brief explores:

  • Current government statistics on data vulnerability
  • Four best practices for data backup and recovery
  • How to stay ahead of disaster