Best Practices in Disaster Recovery Planning and Testing
Here is your guide to creating a Disaster Recovery Plan that you can quickly implement. Based on industry best practices and with guidance from expert consultants this is your how-to guide for disaster recovery planning and testing. Learn what to include, which regulations and procedures to follow, what to avoid, and how to choose the correct technology to ensure your company can successfully recover in case of an IT interruption or a disaster.
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Do You Currently Have a DR Plan?
Disaster Recovery plans are widely accepted as a way to ensure all critical data, IT systems and networks can be recovered in any event classed as an emergency. These plans also ensure that corporate business objectives can be achieved during the disruption. In short, it is a plan that keeps a business operational.
You may think of these plans as a documented strategy to save your business in the event of a major disaster like a flood or fire, and you wouldn’t be alone. But the reality is that a Disaster Recovery plan is created to protect your infrastructure against any event that could cause disruption, including technical glitches, system failures, power outages and even cyber attacks or data theft. These disruptions cost companies thousands (and in some cases hundreds of thousands) in damage and an even bigger loss at the end: damage to the company’s brand.
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