Industry Leaders Share Their Perspectives
If you asked Spectra to define the term “data resiliency,” we’d say that it refers to the ability of data and its infrastructure to “spring back” in situations where it is compromised. Data resiliency relates to digitally preserving organizational assets in the event of a natural disaster or data center corruption by means of redundant components and data availability. It is essentially an organization’s ability to avoid unexpected disruptions to data workflows and stay up and running.
We reached out to three industry experts to see how they would define data resiliency, address the issue, mitigate excessive downtime and maintain data accessibility.