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Apr 1 2010   11:10AM GMT

How continuous data protection can help with disaster recovery

Mkellett Megan Kellett Profile: Mkellett

Continuous data protection (CDP) is a technology that’s implemented into data storage systems to┬ácapture changes made to data as they are made, making data backup and recovery processes easier for companies. But how can CDP help with disaster recovery efforts?

I sat down to talk with Kevin Beaver, an information security consultant, author, speaker and expert witness with Atlanta-based Principle, Logic about using CDP for DR purposes. Listen to the podcast below and let us know your thoughts on CDP for DR as well.

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