What do you plan to do if there is an outage with your cloud provider?
jdixon 2 years ago
Things go wrong, we all know that. RIM's occasional email problems around the world are a good example of how something going wrong on someone else's end can cause you problems. Office 365 had a couple of outages in the past few months as well. If you are using cloud based Apps like Office 365 or Google Apps, what do you do if the cloud service or ISP goes down? Stop all work? To what level do you build in redundancy - multiple internet service providers, duplicated storage of data on your own network...., or just cross your fingers?
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