for business and technology executives, higher-level management visibility of the operational impact of business disruptions is driving a more intense focus on business continuity management.
Wayne, PA (PRWEB) July 15, 2008
21st Century Software, Inc., has been listed as a sample vendor for Data Dependency Mapping Technology in the Gartner "Hype Cycle for Business Continuity Management, 2008."*
The Gartner Hype Cycle for Business Continuity Management positions the main process and profiles for a successful business continuity management program implementation. The report notes that "for business and technology executives, higher-level management visibility of the operational impact of business disruptions is driving a more intense focus on business continuity management."
"We think 21st Century Software's inclusion in Gartner's Hype Cycle for Business Continuity Management validates our 16-year history of providing Recovery Assurance solutions. We know that our customers require visibility into data that has interdependencies multiple applications and platforms. That critical data needs to be immediately recovered in any event," said Paul Eckert, chief technology officer of 21st Century Software.
DR/VFI Recovery Assurance software helps business and IT executives continuously and accurately monitor their recoverability status in real-time across Mainframe and Open systems platforms. The integration of business recovery assurance strategies across platforms will help companies ensure their recoverability, and help achieve compliance, risk management, and recovery management objectives.
About 21st Century Software, Inc.
21st Century Software, Inc. develops and markets recovery assurance and enterprise disaster recovery solutions. For nearly 16 years, 21st Century Software's DR/VFI software solutions have provided vision and validation to enterprise backup strategies by determining the most critical files required by applications and providing the fastest path to recovery.
*Gartner, Inc. "Hype Cycle for Business Continuity Management, 2008" by Roberta J. Witty, John P Morency, Donna Scott, et al, July 3, 2008.