HCI and Disasters

December 28, 2018 / GuidesFor Team

“Force Majure” is a fact of life. There are many kinds of disasters, but regardless of the source and type of disaster, it doesn’t change the fact that they could destroy critical data saved on physical servers. Hacking, war, terrorism, fire, weather, or something as simple as an electrical surge can destroy data. The article talks about how Hyperconvergent Infrastructure is protecting data in case of disasters including making data recovery easier in worst case scenarios. According to Gillware, a data recovery company claims that recovering data from a hard drive cost $700-$1200 per drive without guarantees. That is not counting the liabilities related to downtime and other disruption. This article is about HCI and how it creates a layer of security against such disasters.
– Miyagi Kazuki

Read the source article at StateTech Magazine

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