In the cognitive era, the continuous availability of data, systems, applications and business processes is essential. Applying advanced analytics and automation to predict issues and enable systems to be corrected proactively enables businesses to seize new opportunities and defend against disruptions.
What can cognitive do for resiliency?
Forbes Insights: Resiliency in the Cognitive Era
In an always-on world, real-time data flow and continuously connected cognitive applications are essential
“As more interconnected devices are gathering information and generating data, we will start to see more insights derived from the analysis of data - increasing the need to safeguard that data and ensure it is protected while at the same time, continuously available.”
—Laurence Guihard-Joly, General Manager, IBM Resiliency Services.
How Cognitive Computing Can Get Businesses Up & Running After Disaster
Read the blog post by Laurence Guihard-Joly
Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)
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