Cloud Disaster Plan lacking
Cloud Disaster Plan lacking and is not enough to protect your data. Google with all of its resources had data destroyed and lost due to 4 lighting strikes at one of it data centers.
While four successive strikes is rare, lightning does not need to repeatedly strike a building in exactly the same spot to cause additional damage.
A project manager for the lightning protection service of one major company, said lightning could strike power or telecommunications cables connected to a building at a distance and still cause disruptions. The cabling outside of a data center can be struck up to a mile away, bring the power surge back to the data center and cause extensive damage.
In an online statement, Google said, “… data on just 0.000001% of disk space was permanently affected.” Some people have permanently lost access to their files as a result of this event.