It’s no surprise that establishing and implementing an effective disaster recovery and business continuity plan is a high priority agenda item for organizations worldwide. The challenge is to ensure that critical resources remain available and that they are always securely accessible to all users in any location with any device. An analyst from Forrester Research, Inc. and Citrix’s Director of Business Continuity will be discussing business continuity strategies in an upcoming web seminar. Please join us
From my perspective, with Citrix, organizations gain the ability to rapidly provision secure access to the corporate data and applications that disrupted workers need to do their jobs wherever they may be located on whatever device they may have with them. Read more from Technical Guide: Using virtualization to maintain business continuity
- Critical workloads can automatically be migrated from overloaded or failed servers and damaged datacenters to available hardware in a designated resource pool, or in an alternate facility clear across the continent.
- Application sessions can automatically be routed around failed devices or to an entirely different datacenter, as the situation dictates; robust security and granular access controls can be implemented for all access sessions; and the full set of Citrix application delivery functionality can itself be migrated to an alternate facility if necessary.
Please join the web seminar ‘Disaster Planning: Leveraging Your IT Infrastructure for Workforce Continuity’ and learn how organizations best address workforce continuity and disaster recovery through virtualization by connecting a dispersed workforce to the data, business applications, and collaboration technology they need when disruptions occur.