Data replication can play a big role in a disaster recovery plan, so make sure you're familiar with the different types of replication and where they work best
"Data replication is the process of copying data from one location to another so you have multiple up-to-date copies. For disaster recovery, replication usually occurs between a primary storage location and a secondary off-site location, which can be hosted by a cloud provider.
Replication is a key technology for disaster recovery and often works in combination with data deduplication, virtual servers, snapshots or the cloud to carry out its role in a disaster recovery..."
Ransomware recovery may not have always been a featured topic in TechTarget's 20 years of coverage, but it's certainly made an impression in the last few
"The rise of ransomware has had a significant effect on modern disaster recovery, shaping the way we protect data and plan a recovery. It does not bring the same physical destruction of a natural disaster, but the effects within an organization -- and on its reputation -- can be lasting.
It's no wonder that recovering from ransomware has become such a priority in recent years..."