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May 18 2010   3:33PM GMT

The pros and cons of disaster recovery monitoring tools

Mkellett Megan Kellett Profile: Mkellett

Disaster recovery monitoring tools are often used to monitor any major changes that have happened in a data storage environment. They also warn users of these changes to avoid any potential disasters because of them. But how do these DR monitoring tools work? Are there different types of tools you can use? If so, which ones are best for your environment? And what are the pros and cons associated with DR monitoring tools?

I sat down with Jon Toigo, CEO and Managing Principal of Toigo Partners International, to answer these questions. Listen to our conversation in the MP3 below, and as always, let us know your thoughts and experiences with disaster recovery monitoring tools.

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