Lately, we have often depicted CIOs as parachuting down to earth, with dubious levels of safety. But despite our potential overuse of this metaphor, I think it’s still apt, especially when describing the decision to outsource your IT disaster #recovery program or stay in-house.
IT disaster recovery efforts can consume large amounts of IT staff time and budget dollars, but even so, outsourcing any part of IT operations can raise eyebrows. So how do CIOs make the right choice between building and managing a recovery program internally or selectively out-tasking it to a service provider?
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