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Disaster Recovery Vendor Comparison Checklist

It can be difficult to cut through all the noise surrounding cloud computing services today. With so many providers using complex phrases and theoretical examples, organizations looking for quality options face the difficult task of trying to compare different offerings without standardized terminology.  In the spirit of helping companies with their complete information management needs, we invite you to download our new Choosing Digital Disaster Recovery Providers checklist!

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Whether you’re newly acquainted with the field or a seasoned veteran of disaster recovery operations, our form has a full complement of essential questions to ask vendors that can help anyone evaluate specific services. Featuring a step by step process that will allow you to compare and contrast your needs with specific capabilities, the guide is designed for professionals from all walks of life.

Download includes:

  • Interactive PDF with user completed text fields
  • Conversation starting benchmarks that can guide comparisons
  • Unbiased criteria for honest evaluations
  • Questions you should ask any prospective vendor
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While many people don’t realize that quality disaster recovery services can be an asset instead of a cost, our mission is to change that perception through consulting and advice. The Data Vault has been providing the Louisville region with client centered records management services for over 30 years, and as part of our commitment to that excellence we hope to educate all companies in a new way of thinking about their information! Contact us today if you ever have any questions or concerns and our team of experts will be more than happy to help.

Excerpts from “Guidelines for Outsourcing Records Storage To The Cloud” by ARMA International

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