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What a data loss disaster is

A data loss disaster is a situation in which service from one physical site (for example, a building or a corporate campus) on the network is lost for an extended period of time.

The following are examples of disasters:

When a disaster occurs, it can affect all the computing infrastructure including storage systems, application servers, networking connectivity, and client connectivity. When you create a disaster plan, you should take your computing infrastructure into consideration.