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Business continuity/disaster recovery planning is frequently overlooked, delayed or underfunded, because it can be painful to spend time and money on risk mitigation. As a result, we often read survey results that show IT managers are not confident in their company’s ability to adequately recover following a disaster. Indeed, year after year, our surveys show that organizations are not confident in their ability to recover data after an outage. And the reasons they cite remain largely the same. Some lack confidence in the backup/DR technologies they rely on. Others say that DR planning is too expensive and they can’t get management support for an initiative that isn’t directly tied to revenue. There are technologies and techniques available today that have simplified DR and made it more affordable. This handbook will offer tips on how to develop and implement a disaster recovery plan. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Ten essential DR tips
- Enterprise risk management and business continuity primer
- Tailoring a disaster recovery program to your organization’s needs
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