New York City Managed IT Services Provider Educate On RTO & RPO
Submitted by: Seaglass Technology
Seaglass Technology, a New York City Managed IT Services Provider, just released a blog educating readers on the differences between RTO & RPO. The new article focuses on explaining to readers how these two types of disaster recovery processes.
(OPENPRESS) Seaglass Technology, an New York City managed IT service provider, has recently released a new educational resource that focuses on explaining the differences between RTO and RPO. The new article is guided by the managed IT experts at Seaglass who specialize in information technologies and how business owners can prepare for unforeseen data disasters. They hope this new article will help business owners looking for more information about these two plans better understand how they are different from each other.
Seaglass technologies offer readers some valuable information regarding the differences between RTO and RPO disaster recovery processes. In the article, they explain the similar characteristics between these two protocols which include how they are measured, how applications/data expenses are factored in and the implementation of continuous data replication. They also explain how they are different which boils down to one simple point. The team at Seaglass technology hopes that this information will help business owners understand how to differentiate these two important objectives from each other.
While this new article focuses on explaining the differences between RTO and RPO in disaster recovery, Seaglass Technology's website offers readers more information regarding their team, experience, as well as a full list of service offerings. Seaglass offers managed IT services that include IT help desk services, remote monitoring & management, cloud services, data backup, disaster recovery, network installation, and more. By working with SeaGlass Technology, businesses are able to gain access to business-grade technology, leverage tools that help increase the reliability of their IT infrastructure, and also receive a specialized virtual CIO (vCIO).
With the addition of this new article, Seaglass hopes that readers will have a better understanding of the key differences between RTO and RPO objectives when planning disaster recovery protocols. For more information, contact the managed IT experts at Seaglass today at 212-886-0790 or visit their website at https://www.seaglasstechnology.com/. Their offices are located at 500 7th Avenue, 8th Floor, in New York, NY 10018.
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