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The 2017 National Disaster Recovery Survey - win $200

26 Nov 2016

In today's digital environment, data is a critical asset and downtime is simply not acceptable. This means from start-ups to enterprises, disaster recovery (DR) is now a fundamental part of modern business.

The question is, what DR solution should you use? Is the system you currently have in place sufficient, or is there an option more suited to your requirements that you could be missing out on? To get an idea of what DR options Kiwi businesses are currently employing, we’ve put together a survey in collaboration with Veritas.

Simply answer ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ in the Techday 2017 NZ Disaster Recovery Survey below, and you will not only gain access to the invaluable final results, but also go into the draw to win a $200 Warehouse Stationary voucher. This survey is open only to our business readers - residential won’t be considered.

*Veritas will collate the results and be in contact with the final results and winner of the survey.

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