Remote data replication gets affordable and more robust, pg 2

In 2005, Hurricane Katrina underscored the vulnerability of local data and the importance of sending data offsite. Remote data replication duplicates data between remote servers or storage platforms across a wide area network (WAN). Remote replication has been around for years, but advances in technology have finally made it mainstream. Let's look at the elements of remote replication, the pitfalls to consider and examine its impact on the storage organization.

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