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Master The Eight Disruptors That Will Transform Business Technology Resiliency In 2013

February 15, 2013

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This report defines and dissects the intersections and future directions of the solutions that make up the business technology (BT) resiliency landscape. It also identifies and catalogs the vendors and providers that deliver these solutions. Forrester has uncovered eight disruptive technologies that infrastructure & operations (I&O) professionals must keep on their watchlist for 2013 and beyond: file sync and mobile access, cloud-to-cloud backup, cloud-based disaster recovery (DR) services, cloud gateways and connectors, continuity automation, hypervisor replication, virtualized continuity tools, and automated communication and notification tools.

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Table of Contents

  • The Business Technology Resiliency Market Landscape
  • Backup Incumbents Are Ruffled By Sync And Mobile Access Providers
  • Hypervisor-Based Solutions Unsettle The Replication Market
  • Cloud-Based Solutions Disrupt DR Service Providers And Consultants
  • The Hardware Market Receives A Jolt From Cloud Gateways
  • Automated And Virtual Solutions Shake Up Advanced Continuity Tools
  • Location-Based Services Transform Planning And Communications
  • Segmenting BT Resiliency Landscape By Vendor Type
  • RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Keep Disruptive Categories On Your Watchlist For 2013
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