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July 25th, 2011
Thailand Lags Neighbours in Data Recovery Survey

Thailand ranked the worst in disaster recovery readiness among eight countries in Asia-Pacific, defying the trend toward increasing use of cloud-based backup and disaster recovery programmes in the region, according to a survey. Conducted by the independent research firm Coleman Parkes in May, the survey found that 42% of the 1,086 organisations in eight countries in Asia-Pacific including Thailand admit that cloud computing _ the use of applications hosted online _ would be integral to their disaster recovery plans next year. To cash in on this growth opportunity, CA Technologies _ a US-based IT management software firm, is enhancing its data management software for the cloud environment, and charging on-demand or on a pay-per-usage model. Read More