New strategies to help your cloud deployment survive an outage

Many view the cloud as a fail-safe, always available environment. In reality, though, almost all the large cloud providers have suffered one or more major outages in the last 12-24 months. As magical as cloud can seem, these services are being provided by computing resources housed in a data center, and when that data center […]

What to look for when choosing a continuity services partner

All the disasters, both natural and man made, making headlines these days have CEOs stopping to consider a few important questions: If this had happened in my data center or workplace, would we have been prepared? Have I done enough to protect my company? Have I filled the gaps and addressed potential breaches well enough […]

When the cloud meets storm clouds

Hurricane

It was quite a summer, with an unfortunate stretch of natural disasters — both hurricanes and earthquakes – leading to widespread devastation in some regions. From a business continuity and disaster recovery standpoint, there’s a lot to think about it. What’s a CIO or IT manager to do? Well, for starters, don’t put all your […]

Pushing the boundaries of success in aerospace and defense

Aerospace

When I first arrived at DXC Technology, I had no comprehension of the size and magnitude of the company and all the different sectors that we had a hand in. With no exposure to many of the sectors, I soon found myself tasked with engrossing myself in the aerospace and defense industry. On the surface, […]

Do you know the impact of disruption to your business — and are you ready for it?

business disruption DXC Blogs

Being underprepared has consequences. Senior executives are frequently shocked by how quickly a problem can turn from a minor nuisance into an event that consumes and defines the company for years to come. This explains why companies engulfed by  crisis often underestimate the final cost by five to ten times. In today’s business environment, it’s not a […]