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IBM shares tips for disaster preparation

Computerworld Singapore staff | Dec. 21, 2011
Six tips focus on key factors including data backup, people, and communications

With more than 40 years of experience keeping businesses up and running, IBM uses its services, software and hardware expertise to help clients and individuals across the globe to protect their data. IBM helps them to manage risks, protect valuable business assets, comply with standards and regulations, and continue business operations.

"People and businesses are relying on technology now more than ever, which creates an urgent need to protect critical data and keep IT systems up and running when a natural disaster or other unexpected outage occurs," said Lilian Hwang, Country Manager, Information Technology Services, Global Technology Services, IBM Singapore. "In these situations, it's clear that those who have moved from the old model of 'experience and react' to a new one of 'anticipate and adjust' will fare much better."



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