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The Modern Reality of COOP Planning: Reinforcing Data, not Bunkers

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Continuity of operations (COOP) planning often conjures images of Cold War-era bunkers and preparing for attacks. But these associations stand in stark contrast to the modern reality, where dedicated federal employees leverage information technology (IT) solutions to protect sensitive information. With new technologies, policies, and threats, COOP planners are adjusting to an increasingly data-centric world with data-centric planning.

Download this brief to learn how COOP planners can prepare the federal government for emergencies from power outages to cyber attacks, and the four benefits of backing up government IT services in the cloud.

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