DR for free anyone?
Object Matrix has introduced a new disaster recovery and business continuity deal for new customers. The deal requires purchases of MatrixStore digital content governance platforms of two petabytes or more.
Disaster recovery has become an important aspect of content storage for the media industry in recent years due to various storage and security vulnerabilities. For example, disaster recovery proved its worth to companies such as MTA after its international archives went up in flames, see Field Report: Object Matrix Storage Saves MTA Assets From Fire. Fortunately, because the company had a strong disaster recovery plan and a back-up of its files, it was able to continue business as normal. The DR for free offer from Object Matrix will enable organisations to implement a business continuity strategy for the assets they deem to be the most valuable.
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